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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 



REPORT 



of the 



Department of Mines 



OF PENNSYLVANIA 




PART 1- Anthracite 
1929-1930 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



Department of Mines, March 1. 1932. 



To His Excellency 

Gifford Pinchot 

Governor of Pennsylvania. 

Honorable Sir: 

I beg to submit herewith Part I of the report of the Department of 
Mines for the years ending December 31, 1929 and 1930. This report 
covers in detail the operations in the twenty-five Anthracite inspection 
districts as returned by the Inspectors. 

Respectfully submitted, 

AYALTER H. GLASGOW 
Secretary of Mines. 



Harrisbnrg. Pa., March 1, 1932. 

Honorable Walter H. Glasgow. 
Secretary of Mines, 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

Sir: 

I submit herewith a report covering the activities of the Anthracite 
Division of the Department of Mines for the years 1929-1930. 

It is gratifying to stale in transmitting to you the report of the 
activities of the Inspectors that they have at all times given to the 
Department the most hearty and intelligent cooperation. 

Respectfully yours, 

JOSEPH J. WALSH 
Deputy Secretary, Anthracite Division 



REPORT OF THE 

REPORT 

OF THE 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



INTRODUCTION 



During- the year 1929, 72,985,844 net tons of coal were produced ; 
this is about 2.1 per cent below the 1928 production. The production 
for 1930, which was 68,776,559, is 5.7 per cent below the production 
for 1929. 

The following* table clearly shows the trend of Anthracite production 
and man-days since 1924. As 1924 was an average year both for pro- 
duction and days worked, it is used here as a base with which the years 
1925 to 1930 inclusive are compared. 



100.00 Average production 

Strike Sept. 1 to Jan. 1. 
Strike Jan. 1 to Feb. 18. 



Different reasons have been given for the decline in Anthracite con- 
sumption during the past several years. Those most generally accepted 
as the true causes are: 

1. The use of coke, oil and Bituminous coal for heating homes and 
large buildings other than homes. 

2. The depressed condition of business throughout the country and 
the absence of severe winter weather extending over prolonged periods 
of time. 

The following table 1 gives some idea of the trend of things in the 
coal, coke and oil industries, particularly regarding their use for home 
heating purposes: 





Men 


Per 


Production 


Per 


Tear 


days 


cent 


(Net tons) 


cent 


1924 


44,054,141 


100.00 


87,277,449 


100.00 


19-25 


29,672.548 


67.35 


61,334,145 


70.27 


1926 


41,020,400 


93.11 


83,874,500 


96,10 


1927 


37,984,468 


86.22 


79,367,154 


90.94 


1928 


35,246,^65 


80.01 


74,552,312 


85.42 


1929 


34,771,653 


78.93 


72,985,844 


83.63 


1930 


31,675,665 


71,90 


• 68,776,559 


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6 REPORT OF THE 

ACCIDENTS 

There were no catastrophes during- the year 1929 and only one dur- 
ing 1930, which occurred at the Gilberton Colliery of the Philadelphia 
and Reading Coal and Iron Company. A catastrophe is an accident 
in which five or more lives are lost. 

The report of the Mine Inspector, who has supervision over this 
colliery, and the report of the Committee of Inspectors who investi- 
gated the accident, with the verdict of the coroner's jury, are given 
herewith : 

REPORT OF DISTRICT INSPECTOR 

August 11, 1930. 

Hon. Walter H. Glasgow, 
Secretary of Mines, 

My dear Mr. Glasgow: 

At 4-45 P. M., August 8, 1930, one of the worst mine accidents in 
this part of the coal region in many years occurred on the old Furnace 
or No. 1 Slope, Gilberton Colliery, of the Philadelphia & Reading Coal 
& Iron Company, in Gilberton Borough, Schuylkill County. 

I received notice of the accident at 5-15 P. M., and at 6 P. M. was 
at the colliery and a few minutes later was at the scene of the accident. 
Three of the dead bodies and all of the injured had been removed from 
the mine ; one body was recovered shortly after I arrived. After check- 
ing up all the names of the men who were at work at the time of the 
accident, it was found that one man was missing; but before a search 
could be made below the 3rd lift it was necessary to place some tem- 
porary relief props under the bad ends of the rock where the fall 
occurred, and also to build a temporary battery across the slope at the 
3rd lift to protect the men while searching for the missing body. This 
work was finished at 9-30 and a search made below the lift; 75 feet 
below the lift two bodies were found instead of one, making six bodies 
recovered, and two of the injured men died while the search was being 
made for the missing men, making a total of eight lives lost. 

After the last bodies were recovered I ordered four men to make a 
complete examination of the slope from the 3rd to the 6th lift to make 
sure that all the bodies were recovered. After this examination was 
made I stopped all work on the slope until after the cause of the ac- 
cident was investigated. 

I called on Inspectors Bottomley and Golden to meet me at Gilberton 
Colliery the next morning to make an investigation for the purpose of 
determining the cause of the accident and placing the responsibility 
therefor. 

Very truly yours, 

JAMES QUIGLEY 

Inspector of Mines — 22nd District 



DEPARTMENT OE MINES 7 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE OF INSPECTORS 

August 11, 1930. 

Hon. Walter H. Glasgow, 
Secretary, Department of Mines, 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

Dear Sir: 

We, the undersigned commission of inspectors, who investigated the 
cause of the accident that occurred August 8; at 4:45 P. M., on the 
Furnace or No. 1 Slope, Gilberton Colliery, of the Philadelphia & 
Reading Coal & Iron Company, Gilberton Borough, Schuylkill County, 
submit the following report: 

On the morning of August 9 we examined the slope at the place 
where the fall of rock occurred below the 1st lift and then examined 
the slope 50 feet above the 3rd lift, where all the men who were killed 
and injured were working repairing the track when the fall occurred. 
After this examination we questioned the following persons in the col- 
liery office who had been working on the slope before the accident oc- 
curred : Harry Morgan, inside foreman at Draper Colliery, who had 
charge of the slope from the 3rd lift to top of slope, Philip Hahn and 
William Roberts, assistant foremen, who assisted Mr. Morgan from 3rd 
lift to top of slope, John Walunas, Charles Eckert, Joseph Kazoulskie 
and Andrew Krull, all repairmen on the slope. We also interviewed 
the following company officials: William E. Jones, colliery superin- 
tendent. P. J. Quigley, general superintendent, Morgan Bevan, former 
division superintendent, Frank Sluzalis, safety inspector of the coal 
company, and James Quigley, state mine inspector of the district. 

After visiting the place of the accident and where the fall occurred 
and taking the voluntary testimony of the above-named persons, par- 
ticularly that of Harry Morgan, inside foreman, that he examined the 
roof with an iron bar on the afternoon of the day of the accident, and 
of assistant foremen Philip Hahn and William Roberts, that they both 
examined the top at the place where the fall occurred after the blast- 
ing was all done on Wednesday at 6 P. M., and on Friday at 1 A. M.. 
and the testimony of the four repairmen John Walunas, Charles Eck- 
ert, Joseph Kazoulskie and Andrew Krull, that the place was safe after 
the top was taken down to make height for the boat to pass at the 
place where the fall occurred, we have unanimously come to the con- 
clusion that the accident was unavoidable ; also that the accident was 
due to a fall of rock below the 1st lift on the slope, about 650 feet 
above the 3rd lift where the men who were killed and injured were 
repairing the slope, and on account of the pitch on the slope it carried 
down the slope, gaining momentum as it rolled and tumbled clown 
until it readied the place where the men were working ; with no chance 
to escape they were caught in the rush and crushed to death. Eight 
are dead, three seriously injured and two slightly injured. Six per- 
sons were killed instantly and two died after they were admitted to 
the hospital at Shenandoah, Pa. 

Through the courtesy of the officials of the coal company, we are 
able to furnish you with a typewritten report of all that took place at 
the meeting in the colliery office and a blue print of the slope showing 



8 BEPOKT OF THE 

the different points where the men were working, where the bodies were 
found, where the fall occurred, and the different lifts and elevations. 

Respectfully submitted, 

BERT GOLDEN 

Inspector, 20th Anthracite District 

WILLIAM R. BOTTOMLEY 

Inspector, 21st Anthracite District 

JAMES QUIGLEY 
Inspector, 22nd Anthracite District. 

VERDICT RETURNED AUGUST 16, 1930, BY CORONER'S JURY IN 

ACCIDENT AT GILBERTON COLLIERY — 

THEO. C. FEGLEY, CORONER 

"Death was caused by a fall of rock from the roof of the Gilberton 
Slope. It is the judgment of the Jury that the above-named eight men 
met their death through failure of the employer to provide safety 
measures by the placement of a temporary battery above the point 
where the men were working." 

MINE FOREMEN'S AND ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN'S 
EXAMINATIONS, 1929-1930 

In 1929 the examinations of applicants for certificates of qualifica- 
tion as Mine Foremen and Assistant Mine Foremen were held in six 
districts designated by the Secretary of Mines on April 16 and 17. 
The places where the examinations were held, the Mine Inspectors in 
charge as Chairmen of the Examining Boards, and the successful ap- 
plicants who were granted certificates by the Department of Mines, 
are as follows: 

HAZLETOX DAVID J. RODERICK. MINE INSPECTOR, 

1-lth DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

Stanley Vincent Cherescavich, William Brynley Davies, Nicholas 
Dellisanti, George Dzara, Wesley Forrester Geyer, John Harvilla. 
Harold W. Heycock, William Kelps, Reynold Marvin Meneeley, George 
Francis Novotnak, Robert W. Parfitt, Frank J. Poklemba, Hopkin 
Reese, Herman J. Roinick, Elmer E. Shelly, William Smith. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

Simon Bechtold, William H. Boyd, John Boyder, Jr.. John Boyko, 
John Contra dy, John Cossman, Joseph H. Cunning, Alvin E. Daubert, 
James Davis. Wallace Wilbur Davis, Joseph Derench, Peter Fuscsick. 
Michael Gaidish, James F. Garrett, George S. Hart. Walter Hildebrand, 
William Henry Hunsinger. John Jarrett, William H. Jenkins, John 
G. Jones. Thomas 0. Matas. Philip McGran. James Joseph McKinley. 
Thomas Paisley, John Prebula, Norman Richards, Michael Stacskin- 
sky, Nicholas Tier. George Joseph Tomko, Michael Waskovich, John L. 
Watkins. Edward Weyhenmeyer, Leslie Williams. 



DEPARTMENT OF MINER 

KINGSTON THOMAS J. WILLIAMS, MINE INSPECTOR, 

11th DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

Anthony J. Barowskas, Gavin Fletcher Barr, James T. Belmont, 

George Bennett. James John Beyer, John Bisset, Stephen Cervenak, 
Joseph A. Comer, Francis George Dailey, William Davies, Emerson 
J. Davis, James A. Edwards, William B. Evans, Francis Patrick Ger- 
rity, Cromwell Gibbon, Joseph M. Gorman, John P. Gonse, Thomas L. 
Grady. Ray 0. Hartman, AVilliam Golidge Hilbnrt, Joseph Aloysius 
Hopkins, Richard James. Arthur Johns, Isaac Joneis. Raymond Jones, 
Robert Hamilton Jones, Thomas Keirle, Cecil xllva Kranse, Mike Kuz- 
mak. Gray Lacey, Ralph Arthur Lambert, Benjamin G. Leedock, Louis 
J. Lipfert, Christian C. Madsen. Joseph Miseavage, Samuel George 
Moseley, Samuel Owens, John W. Pero. Carl A. Peterson. Gordon Rob- 
erts, Hugh Brnce Simpson. George II. Skuse, Joseph Snyder, John 
Stnsnick, Ronald Wilson Tamblyn, Harry G. Thomas, Seth Thomas, 
Harry Frye Weaver. Idris Williams, Robert J. Williams, William 
Henry Williams, Andrew Wilson. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

Oscar Alpangh, John Apple, Adam Barr, William Bilek, Jonah 
Bolton, Jr.. Anthony Butsavage. John G. Cabore. Michael Cavanangh, 
Jr., Thomas Patrick Conroy, John M. Costello. Albert V. Cross, Henry 
M. Davis, John J. Davis. Meredith Evans, Christ Ferguson, Harry 
Flecknoe, Monroe Z. George, John Gooch, Joseph Gooch, James Grady. 
Joseph Gustanski. Andrew Haydnk, Robert Hnrd, David B. Jones. 
David Henry Jones, William Rees Jones. Gerald F. Kettle, Panl Lally, 
William R. Lewis. Anthony Makowski. Andrew Menziff, Jacob John 
Molitoris, William Franklin Mover, George D. Norris, Evan E. Owens. 
John Phillips, Gns Prohasky. Peter Pryzbyla. William Roberts, George 
Joseph Rooney, John Francis Scott. Jesse D. Shaw. Peter P. Shorty. 
Philip Shurda. Albert Siperko, William J. Skrinak, William John 
Stochen, Clarence Swanson, Morgan P. Thomas, Dino Tillie, John 
Henry Tyrrel, Geddie Valitns, David Francis Walters, David G. 
Weaver. Stanley Y. Wielga. Leo Wisniewski. Metro Wozney. Charles 
Philip Yoehem, Jr. 

MOUNT CARMEL JAMES QT'IGLEY. MINE INSPECTOR. 

22nd DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

John Allen. Winfield Scott Boyd. Peter J. Bubnis, Jerry M. Byrne. 
John I. Campbell. Edward J. Canfield, Edward A. Derringe, Arthur 
J; Dillman. William H. Flanagan, Clarence S. Foltz. James Ganghan. 
John P. Hahn, Raymond Edwin Haupt, Joseph Joyce. Andrew Karlak, 
Victor Leshefski. Thomas W. Martin, Francis P. McAndrew, Peter 
MeManamen. Joseph Millard, Milton Mathias Morgan. James Ravmond 
Mnldowney. Daniel Francis Munley, Rober f James Penman. Harry 
J. Ryan. Arthur Leslie Sharp. Thomas J. Shaw. John Josenh Shecora. 
John Philoek Smith. Joseph J. Spudis. Anthony E. Wasilewski. Leo 
J. Welsh. John E. Wetzel. Joseph T. Witkoskie. 



10 REPORT OF THE 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

James Barrett, Harold Edward Bentzley, Joseph A. Beranoski, Paul 
Berent, Stanley Bladdy, Charles W. Booble, Earl W. Boyer, Ralph 
Dewey Boyer, Andrew Valentine Bozna, Charles J. Brennan, Martin 
James Cannon, George Caton, Jr., Joseph Ceback, Joseph Edward 
Chapman, John Peter Consavage, Thomas Edward Corrigan, Lawrence 
R. Coutts, Walter Davis, Patrick T. Dixon, Michael Vincent Dolphin, 
John P. Domanitis, Charles Lester Duncheskie, James Duncheskie, 
Henry Eckley, Robert Evans, Thomas Elmer Evans, Lawrence D. 
Fennessy, Daniel C. Fey, Edward Fleming, Julius Paul Frazick, James 
Gallagher, Heber James Garraway, Edward Aloysius Gough, Philip 
J. Hahn, Daniel Webster Hinkel, Edward Joseph Hoffman, Peter Ho- 
nofsky, Edward Humes, Walter J. Jacoboski, Arthur A. Joyce, John A. 
Karasevich, James John Keating, William L. Kessler, Harry Klassen, 
Oliver Walter Knorr, Florian Konietski, Nicholas Kotanchik, David 
Kimber Kreischer, John W. Krizanauskas, John Lavelle, William Ellis 
Lehe, Michael Leskin, William Francis Lytle, Marshall Mazari, James 
Patrick McAndrew, Edward L. McDonald, Thomas James McGinley, 
James Whitman McNutt, Peter Paul Melenofsky, Joseph G. Menegat. 
Philip Vincent Monaghan, William H. Moore, Patrick Thomas Moran, 
William J. Navitsky, Charles A. Noon, Edward Lawrence Oakum, John 
M. O'Neill, Joseph F. Palsinski, William Pojkenis, Stanley Frank 
Raskie, Albert Raudenbush, William Roberts, William L. Rumberger, 
Joseph Samluck, Peter J. Sankus, Joseph W. Savage, Adam W. Sel- 
vis, John Stephen Shamanski, Joseph Siddal, Charles Sincavage, John 
Smallets, Stanley J. Spudeck, Michael Swank, David P. Thomas, Frank 
Joseph Venesky, Joseph Verbish, Anthony Walsh, Clinton 0. Wary, 
Joseph Wasilewski, Harry Wilson, Joseph Wozniak, Albert Harold 
Yakemonis, Alex Anthony Yescavage, Joseph P. Yurewicz, Anthony 
Zeckabofsky, Albert J. Zerambo, Felix P. Zimmerman. 

XAXTICOEE FRANK KETTLE, MINE IXSPECTOR, 

13th DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

William F. Boyle, John Deets, Leonard Faust, John Henry Gibbons, 
Wheeler F. Gottshall, A] ex Henderson, John Hudachek, William J. 
Moore, Edward Soldinski, Peter L. Yunevitch. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

Robert Blakeslee, Miles S. Carver, William Anthony Connelly, James 
Grant Cooke, John Dixon, Edgar Evans, Felix Gorski, Alvin Hutchin- 
son, Anthony Jarmusik, Daniel Jones, Llyndhurst Stanley Jones, Stan- 
ley Harvard Jones, James Kane, Michael Kasenchak, William Las- 
towski, Leo Leonard, Edgar Myers, Walter Nash, Thomas J. O'Malley. 
Harold W. Parks, Henry George Read, William J. Richards, Albert 
Richard Roachford, Arthur Roachford, William Rogers, Lewis Philip 
Rohde, Jr., William Samuels, Anthony H. Supchak, Arthur Thomas, 
Joseph Thomas, Daniel P. Tracy, Thomas Tregan, Alvin Vaichitis. 
Walter Waslofski, Samuel West, Melvin L. Williams, Percy A. Wil- 
liams, Richard Williams, Herbert Woodeshick, Herman Woodeshick, 
Ignatz J. Yaskulski, Carl Webster Young. Stanley Walter Zeveney. 
John James Zimmerman. 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 11 

POTTBVILLE CHARLES G. FROMME, MINE INSPECTOR, 

19th DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

Andrew F. Alshefski, George Allen Bowman, Martin J. Brophy, 
Raymond J. Close, John Alfred Gottschall, John G. Hartnett, Arthur 
W. Hatter. George M. Hoffman, Frank Klocek, Ira Kohr, Frank J. 
McBride, James Benedict McDonald, Francis Joseph McGovern, Rich- 
ard Miller, John J. Murphy, Jr., John Nolter, Arthur R. Ossman, 
Joseph John Plasky, Warren H. Schaeffer, Robert Otto Schneider, 
Stanley J. Shunosky. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

Edward E. Acaley, James Cox Allen, Charles Alutius, Joseph el. 
Amstock, Michael Birosh, Joseph Blickley, Peter J. Boran, James 
Bradley, William Richard Bradley, Thomas M. Brophy, Robert T. 
Brown, Steve Buchinsky, George C. Campbell, Thomas Rowland Camp- 
bell, Edward Vincent Coady, James E. Culbert, Philip Cullen, James 
Thomas Daley, Levi J. Ditzler, Richard Gartrell Donald. John J. Eigo, 
Walter John Erbe, George Faust, Chester Ralph George, John Geshan, 
Jr., Allen L. Gilmore, Joseph Gleason, John Greybush, Thomas J. 
Griffiths, James F. Haley, James Cornelius Hampford, Martin Haney, 
Edward J. Hanley, James Hanley, Michael Hudak, John Jones, John 
D. Kehler, John Leo Kemple, Leon Joseph Kurtz, Paul P. Kurtz, John 
Kushie, Claude A. Lehman, James D. Lewis, John Livingstone, An- 
thony Lozoskie, Charles Mahony, George Allen Malick, John J. Malick, 
James Vincent McClennan, Edward McCloskey, Edward Leo Mehm, 
Joseph J. Mehm, Leo Albert Mielke, Ralph Minnig, Thomas James 
Miske, Joseph Mitchell, William H. Montgomery, John Nederoski, John 
Newcomer, Louis Edward 'Conner, Metro Ollin, Joseph Olshefski, 
Francis Ossman, Stephen Pingor, Joseph Radziewicz, Oliver A. Reed, 
Francis William Reilly, John Benjamin Reinoehl, Enoch Rollis, Wil- 
liam Rooney, Charles Roos, Robert R, Ruff us, Roy E. Seiger, Landis 
R. Shuey, Anthony Shumskas, George H. Shutt, Lloyd Alfred Smeltz, 
George Smigo, Peter F. Smigo, Leon Cameron Spatzer, Martin Stucker, 
Daniel Thomas, Charles Todack, Joseph Toner, Jesse J. Valesky, Jo- 
.seph Weber, Jacob Wenrich, Elmer Irwin Wertz, Chester A. Wetzel. 

SCRANTON AUGUSTUS McDADE, MINE INSPECTOR, 

4th DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

Fred Atwell, William Baldwin, David J. Bartlett, Tony Biscontini, 
John Black, C. Gerald Blake, Zola F. Bohn, Gordon Bowen, Martin 
A. Brennan, Andrew Budash, Sidney Bugelholl, Archibald MacDonald 
Campbell, Michael G. Carroll, Percy Maxwell Cassidy, Arthur Charles- 
worth, William Colthart, William B. Cotton, Paul P. Daniels, Arthur 
James Davies, David R. Davies, John Samuel Davis, LeRoy Davis, 
Frank DeAngelus, George Felix D'elia, Charles Franklin Dennis, Fred 
R. Derby, Gervis A. Donnelly, Miles Joseph Dunleavy, Michael J. 
Dunne, Charles Joseph Fay, Joseph Francis Gehen, John Aloysius 
Golden, Thomas P. Granahan, Leo Stanislaus Grogan, John Francis 
Hayes, Thomas Holland, Joseph Holmes, William Gervase Horan, Aid- 
win Davis Jones, Joseph Leo Kanavy, Leo John Kearney, William J. 



12 REPORT OF THE 

Kearney, Roy James Laurie, Gerald Francis Lavelle, Carroll James 
Lewis, Solomon Lewis, Edward J. Magner, Joseph Francis Maloney, 
Anthony Edward Mauley, John Thomas McCarthy, John McGinley, 
Laurence McGinley, William F. McGraw. Aloysius John McNulty, 
Karl Theodore Miller. William Morgan, Joseph R. Morris, Earle Clark 
Muir, James Joseph Murray, Johnstone Naysmith, Thomas James 
Nicholson, Joseph 'Byrne. Andrew E. Querci, Edward Joseph Quinn, 
Patrick Rafferty. William A. Ratchford, James Revie, James Joseph 
Rush, Bartholomew Vincent Sheehan. Frank Sigiin, Camello Smargissi, 
Willis Clarence Stevens. Charles E. Strubeck, Joseph A. Tardosky, 
John Brennan Timlin, Que Yecchi. William Robert Yerrill, Patrick J. 
Walsh, Samuel Waters, Roger Wilson. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

George King. Thomas McGinley. 

In 1930 the examinations were held in six districts, April 23 and 24. 

HAZLETON DAVID J. RODERICK. MINE INSPECTOR, 

15th DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

Frank Clinton Barr, Wallace Wilbur Davis, Arthur S. Glance, 
Emerson Haughton, William Henry Hunsinger, John Aloysius John- 
son. Thomas Orion Matas, Jeremiah Gordon McGeehan. William Henry 
Rees, Eugene Richard Rossi, Anthony Schriebmaier, Edward Stein, 
Harry Sube. Frank Swinsburg. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

John Mathew Biskupics. William Charles, Michael D. Cimbala, 
Clarence Lloyd Davis, Elmer Decker, John Deisenroth. George T. 
Eardley. Harry Evans, James Flaim, Frederick J. Gallagher, John 
Haburchak. Caleb James, David John Jones, Lester William LaBarr. 
Dominick Patrick McGee, Morgan Morgans, William John Nenstiel. 
John L. Nicolodi, Charles Joseph Pahler, Thomas Sheridan, Wasil 
Smerconish. Cletus William Spaide, Steven Suvada, Russell Ulshafer, 
Frederick Wambach, John L. Wargo, Hoyt Chester W T oodring. 

KINGSTON THOMAS J. WILLIAMS. MINE INSPECTOR, 

11th DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

Adam Barr, Albert Victor Cross, Henry Goss, James Coulson Gray, 
Richard Arthur Hawkins, Ralph H. Hodgson, Richard A. Hopkins. 
Roger James Howell, David B. Jones, Hugh Jones, Hugh Henry Jones, 
Sr., Michael A. Kearney, Kenneth C. Lee, Samuel J. Maxwell, John 
Mitchell, William A. Morgan, Albert Alvin Pilgret, Archibald Ram- 
age, Edward Struck, John Henry Tyrrell, David Francis Walters. 
James York. Walter G. Young. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 
Alex Alexis, J. Paul Armstrong, Peter Baker, Thomas M. Beaney, 
William John Breeze, Jr.. Arthur Davies, John B. Davis, William 
Daniel Davis, Gordon S. Dietterick, John Joseph Delaney, John Jo- 
seph Dunnigan. Clarence Henry Edwards, Frank M. Elliott, Emmett 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 13 

Evans, Andrew Theodore Fetch, Michael J. Franklin, Adam Fugmaim, 
David G. George, Elvan Green, John Griffiths, James Harkness, Clifford 
Hay, Francis Anthony Healey, Julius Household, William Brinley 
Jenkins, Edward Thomas Jones, Howard Jones, Joseph Leonard Kara- 
bon, John Patrick Kearney, John Kielty, George Kosick, Joseph A. 
Krall, Mike Krasnavage, Anthony S. Kucharski, John Lacek, Herbert 
Lapworth, Joseph Lewis, Peter Likis, Stanley P. Linski, John J. Los- 
nick, Jerimiah John Mack, Patrick Aloysis Mackin, Michael Joseph 
McCarthy, Edward L. McElligott, Patrick J. McNulty, Charles Mis- 
eavage, Joseph B. Nichols, John Novitsky, Walter Obitz, James Wil- 
liam Parkinson, Joseph B. Parra, Thomas M. Phillips, Benjamin 
George Rakow T sld, George Reagan, William George Reed, Thomas 
Richards, Jay H. Roberts, Phillip Rogalski, John Andrew Sarnak, 
William Stanley Savitski, James Saves, James A. Scott, Edward Se- 
garitis, Charles G. Seigel, John J. Selinsky, Stephen Shymansky, 
George J. Smith, Teofil Stefanonig, Edward Stermer, Joseph Swift, 
Thomas J. Vaxmonsky, Joseph Ward, Joseph Edward Ward, Walter 
Charles Weed, Howard L. West, John J. Williams, James B. Willis, 
Thomas R. Wynn, Stephen Yuskanic, Frank Zawatsky. 

MOUNT CARMEL JAMES QUIGLEY, MINE INSPECTOR, 

22nd DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

Roman C. Berkoski, Thomas M. Brophy, Patrick Henry Burke, 
Thomas John Cannon, Walter Davis, Charles Lester Duncheskie. 
Charles Henry Fertig, James P. Glennon, Edw r ard A. Gough, Goodwin 
Noah Hower, James John Keating, Harry Klassen, James M. Manney, 
George Bernard McFadden, William F. Ramsey, Michael I. Reilly, 
William Roberts, James Joseph Rooney, Harry Dewey Schminky, 
Charles Franklin Snyder, Daniel Anthony Spadel, Albert William 
Townsend, Thomas Edward Wolfgang. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

William Bergan, Benjamin Berkoski, Walter Bolon, Thomas Brad- 
ley, Robert H. Caton, Harry J. Chowansky, Roy Milton Clews, Edward 
Curran, Roy Andrew Dillman, Joseph Adam Draboris, Victor J. Dras- 
dis, Michael Durovick, Jr., James Simon Gregory, Joseph Gritzer, 
Andrew Hasara, Charles Hendricks, William George Henninger, David 
Hopkins, Grant Hornberger, James Kane, Anthony Kazmierczak, Neal 
J. Kerico, Thomas Leary, Victor Lobichusky, Ralph D. Long, Edward 
Luke, John Francis Madden, Lawrence Vincent Madden, Francis 
Stewart Madiera, Thomas Matalavage, John P. McDonald, James J. 
McDonnell, William McFadden, Jr., John Michael McHale, Theodore 
Meloditz, Raymond Meredith, John Meluskie, August Sylvester Metz- 
inger, Harry Miller, Harry Eugene Ney, Joseph Norasavage, Charles 
O'Brien, Nelson R. Palmer, Andrew Panko, Walter Patton, Albert M. 
Petskus, Frank Ponto, John Patrick Quigley, George Quinton, Sr., 
Frank J. Radzai, Anthony Rakoski, Lewis George Reiff, Jerome Roman 
Roginski, Joseph F. Rydzeski, Charles Schrako, Andrew J. Sherry. 
Joseph Shukdinas. Charles Daniel St. Clair, Pearl J. Stearns, Michael 
Stewart, Lawrence G. Weller, William G. Wertman, John Yackamo- 
vitch, Barney Andrew Yuscalis, Andrew Zelez, George Zelez. Steve 
Zelez. 



14 REPORT OF THE 

NANTICOKE FRANK KETTLE. WISE INSPECTOR, 

18th DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

Samuel James Baldwin. Frank Beeunas, Joseph Brunski, Thomas 
Davison, John. Dixon, William H. Fair, George Howell, Anthony Jar- 
musik, Stanley P. Jones, Thomas W. Jones, Anthony F. Kane, Patrick 
McLane, Harry S. Miller, Martin J. Monclry, Joseph Nicholson, Bruce 
VY. Ogan, Harold W. Parks, Edward Pechulis, Frank J. Pleban, Ed- 
ward Richards, William John Richards, James F. Riorclan, Ivor L. 
Williams, Carl Webster Young, John James Zimmerman. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

John Stanley Adamczyk, Anthony A. Augustine, Frank W. Borman, 
Thomas Bowditch, Stanley Dudek, Sr., John V. Evan, Abel Evans, 
Edward Fine, William G. Fine, Arthur Gale, Patrick A. Ginley, Alvin 
Harry, William J. Harvey. Ernest Hayes. Evan Jones, Paul Jones, 
Edward James Kane, Sylvester Kolakoski, Edward Komoroski, Frank 
Lehman, Cornelious Joseph Mack, John Toole Mack, Philip C. McCall, 
Dominick Mecadon, John Morack, Steve William Motiska, Michael Leo 
Nash, Anthony Nork, Frank Nork, Clarence Ogan, Earl W. Pickett, 
James Joseph Reddington, Charles Joseph Sabolski, Frank Sherkus, 
Steve Skordinski, Thomas J. Tracey, Herbert William Traher, John 
Joseph Trisko, Harry 0. Wandell, George J. Zapotocky, Stanley Zion- 
kowski, Joseph M. Zubris. 

POTTSVILLE CHARLES G. FROMME, MINE INSPECTOR, 

19th DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

Howard W. Adams, Michael Birosh, Oscar A. Bixler, John Joseph 
Breslin, Elmer II. Coleman, James Thomas Daley, John D. Dale} r , 
Charles E. Deichert, Ralph A. Ditzler, Milton Andrew Dutter, Harry 
Roland Gay, Joseph Gleason, Walter H. Gordon, Thomas Griffiths, 
James Francis Haley, William J. Ilaney, Wilbur Leroy Kauffman, 
Joseph C. Klouser, Monroe Kohr. Edward C. Kopp, George A. Mal- 
iek, John J. Malick, William E. Murton, Francis O'Connor, Joseph 
A. Pogera, Charles G. Roos, Roy E. Seiner, Louis C. Shelcoskie, George 
H. Shutt, Leon Cameron Spatzer, Raymond A. Tracey, George J. Wahl, 
David John Warfield. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

Charles J. Bobarsky, Allen Raymond Bohr, Rankin Bohr. Delroy 
C. Covany, Peter L. Czepukaitis. Malcolm L. Davis, Joseph DeCesare, 
Paul L. English, Thomas J. Farrell. Kyran J. Flaherty, Henry Edward 
Frenzel, Edward F. Jones, George R. Jones, Henry Jacob Kinsinger, 
P. Vincent Kinsinger, Harvey F. Lutz, Edward H. Maher, Ray Martz, 
Anthony J. Maxtutis, Cornelius W. McElhenny, Jacob A. Miller, John 
A. Penna, Michael Rattie. Harry H. Reed, Frank A. Romberger, Thom- 
as M. Rowan, Harry J. Rudely, Howard John Sausser, Ralph L. 
Schminky, Isaac A. Seiler, LeRoy Amos Sembach, Michael A. Shields, 
Russell H. Shomper. George J. Snyder, Edward Stech, Paul D. Swope. 
William Rufus Thomas, Anthony J. Walitus, Joseph S. Walker. 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 15 

8CRANT0N AUGl STl S McDADE, VINE INSPECTOR, 

',lh DISTRICT 

MINE FOREMEN 

Robert E. Abbott, David Carl Abernethy, Horatio Fellows Acker, 
John E. Acornley, Raymond II. Arner, Lawrence William Ash, Am- 
brose Paulas Ball, Ernest L. Besecker, Frank T. Boylan, Daniel A. 
Brady, Joseph Matthew Burehesky, Andrew A. Burke, .John F. Burke, 
John Calvert, John Buchanan Campbell, Elmer E. Carey, William 
Carney, Daniel A. Casey, Michael Clark, John J. Clarke, Alfred 
Clarkson, James Joseph Coolican, Frank A. Cummings, Walter E. 
Dakin, Richard John Davies, Thomas Edward Davies, William T. 
Davis, Sheldon John Decker, John J. Demolick, John Devlin, William 
F. Dougher, William J. Dougher, Archie Raymond Eshelman, David 
J. Evans, William F. Evans, Gerald Thomas Fallon, Albert Floyd, 
John Galick, Francis J. Gallagher, John Garrett, William Joseph 
Gavigan, Martin Joseph Glynn, Thomas Joseph Gordon, Joseph Grant, 
Robert Groves, Bart G. Gusinski, Thomas Hanahoe, Patrick A. Hark- 
1ns, Alexander Harris, Joseph Anthony 1 1 art, James F. Haskins, Wil- 
liam Hasely, Joseph T. Hay den, John Hine, Roger Anthony Hines, 
Jack Hodgson, William Hunter, Henry R. Jenkin, John Wilkins 
Jones, Jr., Stanley Peter Kaboskie, Ferdinand Karis, .Joseph Kelley, 
William J. Kelley, Zeno Nichol Kent, Evan Kinsey, Thomas Haines 
Kirk, John Francis Kosik, Charles Koval, Alexander Roman Laskosky, 
Floyd Lewis, Thomas L. Loftus, James P. Long, Joseph Loskosky, 
Hugh MacDerment, Henry Thomas Mang, James Mascelli, Ellsworth 
Matthews, Francis McHale, William Millar, Charles J. Miller, Walter 
A. Moran, Henry Cornelius Morcom, Joseph Morgan, Francis Mullen. 
James Patrick Murphy, Jason Eugene Niemeyer, Edward G. Noldy, 
Hugo C. Nyquist, Russell Owens, Joseph Oxley, Thomas F. Powell. 
David Daniel Protheroe, Joseph Thomas Puchaty, Stanley L. Puchaty, 
Jr., Martin Quinn, Frank Patrick Reilly, Arthur Renfer, Rudolph 
Andrew Renko, Earl Reynolds, Albert Robinson, John George Rother- 
forth, William Rowley, John T. Ruane, Anthony George Ruddy, Jo- 
seph J. Shedlock, Joseph C. Shovlin. Francis Thomas Siefring, Joseph 
Sieroski, Vincent Simmen, Sanford Sockoloski, Harold J. Somers, 
Charles Stramski, Frank Howard Sturges, Thomas Sullivan, Harry 
Thomas, Earl W. Tompkins, John Totten, John Treloare, Ralp.h L. Van- 
Horn, Joseph A. Walsh, Earl G. Watkins, Harold B. Watkins, James 
Moffatt Weir, Frank Weitz, Chancy Welter, John M. Williams, John 
S. Williams, Alexander Wilson, Hugh MacLean Withers. 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN 

John T. Ager, Michael Brennan, Bartholomew Patrick Cawley, Ar- 
thur Charlesworth, Alexander Chelik, John Joseph Chimahusky, 
Thomas D. Clement, Thomas Francis Collins, Peter Comerota. John 
Joseph Coultry, Charles Alfred Decker, John Eustiee, Byron Evans. 
John P. Green, Richard Joseph Hughes, William Hughes, Joseph 
Husosky, Clarence B. Kellaway, Joseph Patrick Myers. Alfred C. 
Pavilonis. John Polliek. Charles T. Reillv. 



16 



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B — Accidents in Which Five or More Persons Were Killed, 1S47-1930 



Date 



Name of colliery 



Location 
of colliery 



Cause of accident 



Killed 



1847 Feb. 



1869 


Sept. 


1870 


March 




Aug. 




Aug. 


1871 


May 




Oct. 


1873 


June 


1877 


May 


1878 


Jan. 


1879 


May 




Nov. 


1880 


M a v 


1882 


May 


1884 


Aug. 


1885 


April 




Aug. 




Oct. 




Dec. 


1886 


Aug. 




Sept. 




Nov. 


1887 


April 




Oct. 


1889 


May 


1890 


Feb. 




March 




April 




May 


1891 


Feb. 




Oct. 




Nov. 


1892 


April 




July 


1893 


April 




June 




Sept. 


1894 


Feb. 




July 




Oct. 




Oct. 


1895 


Feb. 




Oct. 


1896 


June 




Oct. 


1897 


Jan. 




Sept. 




Oct. 


1S98 


May 




Oct. 




Nov. 


1900 


Nov. 


1901 


Oct. 


1902 


Nov. 




Dec. 



1904 Jan. 
May 



May 
May 

Nov. 

Feb. 
March 
April 
May 

Aug. 
March 



1905 
1906 
1907 



Spencer 

Avondale 

Potts 

Heins and Glassmire 

Preston No. 3 

West Pittston 



Otto Red Ash 
Henry Clay ... 

Wadesville 

Potts 

Audenried 

Mill Creek 

Lykens Valley 

Kohinoor 

Buck Ridge — 

Cuyler 

West End 



Plymouth No. 2 

Nanticoke No. 1 

Fair Lawn 

Marvine 

Conyngham 

Tunnel 

Bast 

Kaska William 

Nottingham 

South Wilkes-Barre 

No. 3 

Susquehanna No. 4 

Jersey No. 8 

Spring Mountain No. 1 



Richardson 

Susquehanna No. 1 
Lytle 



York Farm 

Neilson 

Susquehanna No. 1 

Lance No. 11 

Gaylord 

East Sugar Loaf ... 



Luke Fidler - 

Henry Clay 

West Bear Ridge .-. 

Dorrance 

Twin 

South Wilkes-Barre 

No. 3 ■ 

Wadesville 



Jermyn No. 1 
Von Storch ... 
Kaska William 



Midvale 

Exeter 

Buck Mountain 

Buttonwood 

Luke Fidler 

South Wilkes-Barre 



Maple Hill 
Lance 



Locust Gap . 
Williamstown 



Auchincloss 

Lytle 

Clear Spring 

Conyngham 

Shenandoah City 

Susquehanna No. 
Holden 



Pottsville 

Plymouth 

Locust Dale _- 

Middleport 

Girardville 

West Pittston 



Branch Dale . 
Shamokin — 

Wadesville — 
Locust Dale . 

Audenried 

Mil] Creek — 

Shamokin 

Shenandoah -. 

Shamokin 

Raven Run .. 
Mocanaqua — 



Plymouth 

Nanticoke 

Scranton 

Scranton 

Wilkes-Barre - 

Ashland 

Big Mine Run 

Middleport 

Plymouth 



Wilkes-Barre 
Nanticoke _- 

Ashley 

JeanesviUe . 



Glen Carbon 
Nanticoke — 
MinersvLUe -. 

PottsviUe — 
Shamokin — 
Nanticoke — 
Plymouth — 
Plymouth — 
Stockton 



Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Mahanoy Plane 
Wilkes-Barre — 
Pittston 



Wilkes-Barre .. 
Wadesville 



Rendham .. 
Scranton .. 
Middleport 



Wilkes-Barre . 
West Pittston 
Mahanoy City 

Plymouth 

Shamokin 

Wilkes-Barre - 

Mahanoy City . 

Plymouth 



Locust Gap _. 
Williamstown 



Nanticoke 

Miners ville — 
West Pittston 
Wilkes-Barre - 
Shenandoah ... 



Nanticoke 
Taylor ... 



Explosion of gas 7 

Mine fire 110 

Boiler explosion 5 

Cage falling down shaft -- 9 

Car falling down slope 7 

Suffocation by smoke from 

burning breaker £0 

Explosion of gas 5 

Explosion of gas 10 

Explosion of gas 7 

Explosion of gas 5 

Explosion of gas 6 

Explosion of gas 5 

Explosion of gas 5 

Explosion of gas 5 

Mine Are 7 

Fall of roof 10 

Suffocation by gas from 

boiler fire 10 

Explosion of gas 6 

Inrush of quicksand 26 

Explosion of gas 6 

Suffocation by gas 8 

Explosion of gas 12 

Suffocation by gas 5 

Explosion of gas 5 

Car falling on cage in shaft 10 

Explosion of gas 8 

Explosion of gas 8 

Explosion of gas 5 

Explosion of gas 26 

Drowned by water from 

old workings 13 

Suffocation by gas 7 

Explosion of gas 12 

Drowned by water from 

old workings 10 

Explosion of gas 15 

Mine fire JO 

Explosion of gas 5 

Explosion of gas 6 

Fall of roof 13 

Explosion of powder and 

dynamite 8 

Mine fire 5 

Boiler explosion 6 

Explosion of gas 5 

Explosion of gas 7 

Fall of roof 5* 

Explosion of gas 6 

Crosshead falling down 

shaft 5 

Mine fire 

Mine fire 6 

Drowned by water from 

old workings 6 

Mine fire ° 

Car falling on cage in shaft ( j 

Explosion of gas 1 

Explosion of gas 6 

Explosion of gas ' 

Explosion of powder and 

dynamite 5 

Explosion of powder and 

dynamite 5 

Explosion of powder and 

dynamite 5 

Mine fire 5 

Suffocation by gas from 

mine locomotive 10 

Falling down shaft 10 

Fall of roof 5 

Fall.ng down shaft 7 

Falling down shaft 10 

Explosion of powder and 

dynamite 7 

Explosion of gas t; 

Explosion of gas 7 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



21 



B— Accidents in Which Five or More Persons Were Killed, 1847-1930— 

Continued 



Date 



Name of colliery 



Location 
of colliery 



Cause of accident 



Killed 





June 


1908 


May 




May 




July 




Aug. 


1909 


March 




Nov. 


1910 


Jan. 




March 


1911 


April 




May 




Sept. 




Oct. 


1912 


Jan. 


1913 


Aug. 


1914 


Mav 




Sept. 




Dec. 


1915 


Feb. 


1916 


Feb. 




March 




Aug. 


1919 


June 




July 


1921 


March 


1922 


Nov. 


1923 


Feb. 




June 




Dec. 


1924 


June 


1925 


May 




Aug. 


1926 


May 




July 




Oct. 


1927 


May 


1928 


May 


1930 


Aug. 



Johnson No. 1 .. 
Mount Lookout 

Prospect 

Willi amstown ... 



Warrior Run 

Pennsylvania No. 14 

Auchincloss 

Nottingham 

South Wilkes-Barre 

No. 5 

Pancoast 

Cameron 

Marvine 

Drifton No. 2 

Parrish 

East Brookside 

Maryd 

Lehigh No. 4 

Diamond 

Prospect 

Lance No. 11 

Hollenback No. 2 

Woodward 

Baltimore No. 6 
(Baltimore Tunnel) 

Lansford 

Rahn 

Eddy Creek 



Alliance 

Richards 

Mount Jessup No. 2 .. 

Loomis 

Woodward 

Dorrance 

Randolph 

Pettebone 

Susquehanna No. 7 

Woodward 



Baltimore No. 5 Wilkes-Barre 

8 Gilberton Gilberton 



Priceburg 

Wyoming 

Midvale 

Willi amstown 



Wilkes-Barre 
Pittston — 
Nanticoke — 
Plymouth — 



Wilkes-Barre 

Throop 

Shamokin .-. 
Scranton — 
Freeland — 
Plymouth — 
Tower City _. 

Maryd 

Lansford — 
Scranton — 
Wilkes-Barre 
Plymouth — 
Wilkes-Barre 
Edwardsville 

WIlkes-BarTe 

Lansford 

Seek 

Scranton 



Middleport 

Mount Carmel 

Jessup 

Nanticoke 

Edwardsville . 
Wilkes-Barre .. 
Port Carbon -. 

Kingston 

Nanticoke 

Edwardsville _. 



Explosion of gas 7 

Explosion of gas T 2 

Fall of roof 5 

Explosion of powder and 

dynamite 6 

Mine cars r > 

Explosion of gas 8 

Mine fire 9 

Explosion of gas 7 

Explosion of gas " 

Mine fire 72 

Explosion of gas 5 

Mine cars 5 

Cave-in 5 

Explosion of gas G 

Explosion of gas 20 

Overwinding of cage 6 

Explosion of gas 7 

Falling down shaft 13 

Explosion of gas 13 

Explosion of gas 7 

Explosion of gas 6 

Explosion of gas 6 

Explosion of powder and 

dynamite 92 

Explosion of gas 8 

Explosion of gas 5 

Premature explosion of 

blast 6 

Explosion of gas 5 

Explosion of gas 5 

Fall of roof 5 

Explosion of gas 14 

Explosion of gas 7 

Explosion of gas 10 

Explosion of gas 5 

Explosion of gas 7 

Explosion of gas 9 

Fall of roof, followed by 

explosion of gas 7 

Explosion of gas 10 

Fall of roof 8 



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91,446 
13,721 

66,773 

91,458 
410, 24<i 
229,944 
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21,332 
163,197 
271.K21 
145,903 
266,022 
1(17, 731 
209,043 

33,052 
168,533 

91 , 149 
384,141 

95,143 

21 ,506 
124,630 

90,780 

60,565 
163,850 
L60,878 
162,748 

93,100 

37,825 
230,402 

60.508 
144,469 
168,004 
178,795 

77,050 


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1,000,000 

tons 
produced 


10.94 

72.88 
6.30 

10.59 
2.44 

2.03 

6.13 
3.68 
6.85 
3.75 
9.28 
4.78 

30.26 
5.93 

10.97 
2.60 

10.51 

46.37 
8.02 

11.02 

16.51 
6.10 
6.24 
6.14 

10.74 

26.44 
4.34 

16.53 
6.92 
5.95 
5.59 

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127.03 
16.18 
39.53 
21.15 
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8.10 
4.94 
172. 00 
11.23 
16.47 
L8.53 
10.32 
19.02 
11.84 
58.24 
12.89 
19.06 
4.71 
25.21 
254.07 
14.06 
22.94 
37.16 
12.52 
15,56 
14.89 
27.15 
52.95 
12.61 
30.88 
14.80 
12.87 
12.55 
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I— Total Production. E*roduction from Washerie 

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Washer y 
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Employes 



Fatali- 
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Produc- 
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per 

fatality 



Fatali- 
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tons 
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1S70 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 



1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
Kxs 
1880 
1890 



1894 
1895 
1896 
18<J7 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 



004 
252 
978 

521 
2*) 
646 

66t; 
213 
966 
600 

532 
55s 



020 
510 
412 
243 
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,994 
,176 
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,964 
,641 
,706 
,198 
,299 
,794 
,024 
,036 
,642 
,201 
,041 
,449 
,145 
,500 
,154 
,312 
,844 
559 



686,534 

527,809 

732,743 

697,759 

1,055,426 

1,818,170 

2,009,864 

2,965,792 

4,119,258 

3,440,420 



4,880,402 
5,630,169 
4,635,923 
5,206,562 
5,412,167 
4,555,457 
4,317,161 
2,934,157 
2,702,537 
3,418,427 
4,432,606 
6,408,277 
7,246,454 
3,616,675 
5,435,697 
1,842,096 
2,525,402 
4,212,001 
1,141,796 
894,187 
1,365,175 
1,851,440 
1,614,863 
878,599 
890,389 



35,600 
37,488 
44,745 
48,199 
53,402 
69,966 
70,474 
66,842 
63,964 
68,847 
73,373 
76,031 
82,200 
91,421 
101,073 
100,320 
103,044 
106,517 
122,218 
119,646 
119,919 
123,308 
130,300 



143,705 
150,088 
149,557 
142,420 
140,604 
143,824 
147,651 
148,139 
151,827 
161,330 
168,254 
166,175 
168,774 
174,503 
171,195 
168,175 
173,338 
175.098 
175,310 
180,899 
177,339 
159,169 
156,148 
148,226 
153,780 
149,117 
161 ,926 
159,880 
168, 704 
162,503 
163,825 
168,734 
167,648 
160,721 
153,422 
151,171 



211 
210 
223 
264 
231 
238 
228 
194 
187 
262 
202 
273 



332 



316 
364 
397 
378 
428 
418 
456 
446 
421 
502 
423 
411 
461 
411 
513 
300 
518 
595 
644 
557 
708 
678 
567 



565 
581 
556 
636 
490 
546 

soo 

515 
496 
401 
455 
492 
447 



67,166 
73,963 
69,811 
79,551 
86,278 
98,330 
102,810 
127,460 
111,770 
118,460 
138,488 
125,284 
118,839 
116,865 
109,846 
115,157 
139,609 
133,406 
128,118 
109,952 
119,011 
116,125 
122,553 
115,880 
114,276 
135,270 
107,257 
124,305 
128,498 
131,276 
139,570 
130,789 
137,803 
145,237 
123,688 
122,123 
129,514 
121,549 
123,220 
141,488 
139,241 
130,067 
140,477 
146,838 
151,983 
152,003 
155,186 
172,883' 
178,859 
138,110 
182,931 
165,492 
179,701 
179,910 
175,962 
152,953 
184,340 
161,315 
166,748 
151,109 
154,902 



14.89 
13.52 
14.32 
12.57 
11.59 
10.17 
9.73 
7.85 
8.95 
8.44 
7.22 
7.98 
8.41 
8.56 
9.10 
8.68 
7.16 
7.50 
7.81 
9.09 
8.40 
8.61 
8.16 
8.63 
8.75 
7.39 
9.32 
8.04 
7.78 
7.62 
7.16 
7.65 
7.26 
6.89 
8.08 
8.19 
7.72 
8.23 
8.12 
7.07 
7.18 
7.69 
7.12 
6.81 
6.58 
6.68 
6.44 
5.78 
5.59 
7.24 
5.47 
6.04 
5.56 
5.56 
5.68 
6.54 
5.42 
6.20 
6.00 
6.62 
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1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1928 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
192S 
1929 



Tons of 




:oal shipped 


Tons used 


to market 


at collieries 


50.704 ,202 


5,466,644 


59.861,650 


5,912,900 


35, 338,021 


4,955,752 


67,458,836 


6.395,582 | 


65,137,283 


6,912,358 1 


69,934,070 
63.418,916 


7,122,394 
7,198,140 


76,138,664 


8.217,439 ! 


73.507,322 


8,320.032 


70.314,739 


8,103,810 


73,418,730 


8,396,895 


79.775.010 


9,152.073 


73,4fc2,014 


8,804,759 


80.325,964 


9,357,702 


79,713,875 


9,512,372 


77,578,441 


9,615,643 


76,180,937 


9,400,973 


T8, 147 .050 


9,903,124 


86,614,364 


10,211,297 


75,959,448 


9,605,658 


77,130,591 


9,904,722 


77,984,929 


9,807,993 


45,514,224 


6,212,209 


tl, 937, 565 


7,970,054 


77,012,628 


7,647.670 


53,272,800 


5,543,080 


74,849,331 


6.417.915 


70,020,533 


6,559,075 


65,922,934 


5,771,921 


64,916,830 


5,188,094 


61,021,503 


4,892,650 



Tons sold 
locally 



1.192.550 
1,320,115 
1.047.152 
1,378,167 
1.544,728 
1,590,556 
1.522,454 
1,700,309 
1,715.889 
1,805,284 
1.868.369 
1.990.C93 
2,160,096 
1, 'J 4 3, 238 
1,963,394 
1,983,622 
2.098,288 
2,395,125 
2,620.133 
2,272,918 
2,600,723 
2,565,720 
2,183,768 
2,746,022 
2,617,151 
2,518,265 
2,607,254 
2.7*7,540 
2,857,457 
2,880,920 
2,862,406 



Total 






Number 


production 


Average 


Number 


of 


of coal — 


days 


of 


fatal 


net tons 


worked 


employes accidents 


57,363,396 


176 


143.824 


411 


67. 094. 665 


195 


147,651 


513 


41,340,935 


116 


148,139 


300 


75.232.585 


ill 


151,827 


518 


73,594,369 


213 


161.330 


599 


78.647.020 


208 


168.254 


641 


72.139,510 


206 


166.175 


557 


86.056.412 


227 


168,774 


708 


83.543.243 


211 


174.503 


678 


80.223,833 


205 


171,195 , 


567 


83,683,994 


212 


168,175 


601 


90.917.176 


234 


173.336 


699 


84,426.869 


220 


175,098 


601 


91.626,964 


242 


175,310 


624 


91,189,641 


229 


180.899 


600 


89.377.706 


221 


177,339 


588 


87.650,198 


246 


159,169 


565 


100.445.299 


270 


156.148 


581 


99,445,794 


283 


148,226 


556 


87,838.024 


252 


153,780 


636 


89,636,036 


265 


149,117 


490 


£0.358.642 


271 


161.926 


546 


53.910.201 


143 


159.880 


300 


92.653.641 


271 


158,764 


515 


87.277.449 


271 


162.503 


496 


61.334,145 


181 


163.825 


401 


83,874.500 


243 


168,734 


455 


79.367,154 


227 


167,648 


492 


74,552,312 


219 


160,721 


447 


i 72,985,844 


227 


153,422 


483 


' 68,776,559 


210 


151,171 


444 



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DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



45 



B — Operators, Production, Employes, Days Worked, 192! 



Employes 



Operators 



Alden Coal Co 

Ampere Coal Co —, 

John J. Barrett 

Barry Coal Co. 

Beardslee & Lewis Coal Co. 

Bell Colliery Co., Inc. 

Black Heath Coal Co. 

Buck Mountain Coal Mining Co. 

Buck Run Coal Co. 

Chestnut Hill Coal Co. 

Childs Coal Co 

Colonial Colliery Co. - 

John Conlon Coal Co*. 

Connell Anthracite Mining Co. 

Coxe Bros. & Co., Inc. 

R. M. Cranston 

Cullen Fuel Co., Inc. _. 

D. F. M. Co. 

Dunmore Anthracite Coal Co. 

P'ast Alden Mining Co. 

East Bear Ridge Colliery Co. _ 

East Boston Coal Co. 

Evans Colliery Co. 

Excelsior Coal Co. 

Flagg Coal Co 

Flanagan Coal Co*. 

Fox Hill Mining Co. 

Frackville Coal Co. 

John Gibbons Coal Co 

Glen Alden Coal Co. 

Green Ridge Coal Co 

Haddock Mining Co< 

Harleigh-Brookwood Coal Co 

Harris-Denly Coal Co. 

Hazle Brook CoaJ Co 

Hillman Colliery Co. 

Hillside Coal & Iron Co 

Hudson Coal Co. ._ _. 

Humbert Coal Co. _ 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. _. 

Estate of Joseph J. Jermyn 

John-Ames Coal Co. 

Kingston Coal Co. 

Lackawanna Anthracite Mining Co. 

Lackawanna Coal Co., Ltd. 

Lackawanna Valley Fuel Co. 

Langcliffe Collieries, Inc. 

Lavelle Coal Co. 

George F. Lee Coal Co. 

Lehigh Coal Co. 

Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 

Lehigh & Wilkes-Barre Coal Co. 

Lehigh & Wyoming Valley Coal Co. 

H. A. Light Co. _. 

Lincoln Coal Co 

Lynott Coal Co. 

Locust Mountain Coal Co. 1 

Lytle Coal Co _ 

M & M Coal Co 

Meadowside Coal Co. 

Mid-City Coal Co. 

Mill Creek Coal Co. _ 

Miners Mills Coal Mining Co. 

Mine Run Coal Co. 

flarry L. Mitchneck 

Moffat Coal Co. 

Murrin Coal Co. 

Namura Coal Co. 

Nanticoke Valley Coal Co. 

Northern Anthracite Coal Co. 

Northumberland Mining Co. 

Pardee Bros. & Co., Inc. 

Park Red Ash Coal Co. 

Pennsylvania Coal Co. 

Phila. & Reading Coal & Iron Co. 

Pine Hill Coal Co. 

Pittston Coal Mining Co. 

Plymouth Mining Co 



Production | Inside 
(Gross tons) 




72,552 
29,100 
i,602 

,270 

,810 

301,750 

18,010 

944,881 

30,500 

u32,725 

7,251,490 

57,261 

1,295,525 

306,211 

22,023 

645,998 

70,440 

177, 

15,485 

154, 5S9 

31,701 

137,278 

22,941 

3,552,537 

5,049,945 

4,735,026 

36,941 

15,345 

27,175 I 

4,803 

335,186 

458,750 

54,000 

26,772 

86,714 

365,215 

107,195 

21,160 

8,302 

47,721 

5,400 

1,558 

68,626 

23,734 

389,485 

462,620 

400 

4,703,216 

8,208,335 

763,663 

48.597 

7,000 





65 


65 


154 


5,580 


2,238 


7,818 


222 


10,732 


3,032 


13,764 


200 


10,044 


2,361 


12,405 


209 


75 


22 


97 


180 


3 


9 


12 


98 


49 


12 


61 


249 




11 


11 


255 


S48 


253 


601 


293 


592 


208 


800 


293 




38 


38 


235 


100 


24 


124" 


140 


136 


32 


168 


286 


541 


170 


711 


225 


140 


20 


160 


2S9 


33 


7 


40 


285 


38 


14 


52 


•z04 


149 


27 


176 


181 
36 


9 


2 


11 


168 




55 


55 


2*0 


102 


43 


145 


JOS 


592 


114 


706 


300 


677 


247 


924 


251 


9,526 


2,095 


11,621 


210 


14,700 


6,243 


20,943 


208 


1,263 


353 


1,616 


£4 


122 


■\c> 


168 


175 


7 


9 


16 


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16 



REPORT OF THE 



B — Operators, Production, Employes, Days Worked, 19 29 — Continued 



Employes 



Operators Production 

(Gross tons) 

Plymouth Red Ash Coal Co. 39.509 

Price-Pancoast Coal Co. 243,649 

T. P. Quinn Coal Co. 22.594 

Racket Brook Coal Co. 74.152 

Raub Coal Co. 116,422 

Repplier Coal Co. 262,213 

Saint Clair Coal Co. 329,680 

Sandy Run Coal Co. 88.536 

Scranton Anthracite Coal Co. 66,383 

Scranton Coal Co. 1,135,829 

Seymour Coal Co. 125,180 

Shamokin Colliery Co. 174.314 

Sherman Coal Corp. 154.235 

South Penn Collieries Co. 932,652 

Spencer Coal Co. 67,374 

Spring Brook Coal Co. 758 

E. S. Stackhouse Coal Co. 41.431 

Steinhart Coal Co. 9,681 

Stevens Coal Co. 61,162 

Strange Coal Co. 25,062 

Suscon Coal Co. 12,667 

Susquehanna Collieries Co. 3,801,189 

Temple Coal Co. 699,213 

Thomas Colliery Co. 209,149 

Throop Coal Co. 11,939 

Triplex Coal Co. 686 

Troy Coal Co. 27,468 

West Brook Coal Co. 11,000 

West End Coal Co. 339,524 

Wilson Bros. Co. 1,157 

Wilson Coal Co. 8,654 

Wolf Collieries Co., Inc. 40,480 

Tatesville Coal Co. 67,789 

Total 65,165,932 



Inside Outside Total 



Average 
man- 
days 

worked 



311 



145 


62 


207 


106 


223 


71 


294 


124 


270 


64 


334 


216 


402 


94 


496 


£25 


334 


216 


550 


270 


159 


68 


227 


182 


92 


43 


135 


260 


3,648 


754 


4,402 


192 


285 


31 


316 


223 





56 


56 


289 


158 


• 55 


213 


BBS 


1.351 


337 


1,688 


297 


190 


29 


219 


228 


21 


4 


25 


34 


87 


29 


116 


198 


40 


20 


60 


59 




40 


40 


133 




10 


10 


187 


28 


3 


31 


162 


7.313 


2,205 


9,518 


239 


1,204 


349 


1.553 


259 


252 


122 


374 


272 


12 


2 


14 


195 


43 


41 


84 


15 


45 


13 


58 


288 


33 


4 


37 


276 


649 


171 


820 


225 


7 




7 


74 


34 


3 


37 


155 


66 


11 


77 


215 


87 


8 


95 


249 



118,921 34,501 153,422 



227 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



17 



B— Operators, Production, Employes, Days Worked, 19 30 



Operators 



Production 
(Gross tons) 



Co. 



Alden Coal Co. 

Ampere Coal Co. 

Anthracite Power & Utilities 

John J. Barrett 

Barry Coal Co. 

Beardslee & Lewis Coal Co. 

Bell Colliery Co. 

Black Heath Coal Co. 

Buck Mountain Coal Mining Co. 

Buck Run Coal Co. 

Carova Coal Mining - Co. 

Chestnut Hill Coal Co. 

Childs Coal Co. 

Coal & Timber Co. 

Colonial Colliery Co. 

John Conlon Coal Co. 

Connell Anthracite Mining- Co. 

Coxe Bros & Co., Inc. 

R. M. Cranston 

D. P. M. Mining Co. 

Dunmore Anthracite Coal Co. 

East Alden Mining Co. 

East Bear Ridge Colliery Co. 

East Boston Coal Co. 

Evans Colliery Co. 

Excelsior Coal Co. 

Flagg Coal Co. 

Flanagan Coal Co. 

Fox Hill Mining Co. 

Erackville Coal Co. 

Gap Mining Co. 

John Gibbons Coal Co. 

Glen Alden Coal Co. 

Green Ridge Coal Co. 

Haddock Mining Co. 

Harleigh-Brookwood Coal Co. 

Harris-Denly Coal Co. 

Hazle Brook Coal Co. 

Hillman Colliery Co. 

Hudson Coal Co. 

Humbert Coal Co. 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

Estate of Joseph J. Jermyn 

John-Ames Coal Co. 

Junedale Coal Co., Inc. 

Kingston Coal Co. 

Lackawanna Anthracite Mining Co. 

Lackawanna Coal Co., Ltd. 

Lackawanna Valley Fuel Co. 

Lavelle Coal Co. 

Geo. F. Lee Coal Co. 

Lehigh Coal Co. 

Lehigh Navigation Coal Co. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 

T.ieht Co. 

Locust Mountain Coal Co. 

Lynott Coal Co. 

Lytle Coal Co. 

Mary G. Coal Co. 

Meadowside Coal Co. 

Mid-City Coal Co. 

Mil! Creek Coal Co. . _._ 

M & M Coal Co. 

Miners Mills Coal Mining Co. 

Mine Run Coal Co. 

Harry L. Mitchneck 

Moffat Coal Co. 

Nanticoke Vallev Coal Co. 

Nay-But Coal Co. 

Northumberland Mining Co. 

Norwesco Mining Co. 

Pardee Bros. & Co.. Inc. 

Park Red Ash Coal Co. 

Phila. & Reading Coal & Iron Co. 

Pine Hill Coal Co.. 

Pittston Coal Mining Co. 

Pittston Co. 

Plymouth Mining Co. 



326,592 
13,725 

10,729 

24,000 

15,641 . 

24,501 

84,317 

8,960 

141,740 

2!»S,(HJ.-. 

253,013 

13,616 

14,860 

21,571 

732,581 

205,307 

46,477 

L, 318,221 

9,420 

3,612 

3,225 

19,046 

193,121 

291,422 

75, SSI 

242,700 

57,885 

17,805 

27,526 

75,809 

8,723 

6,114 

11,859,517 j 

60,761 

476,111 

288,564 

12,050 

746,582 

29,511 

6.921.S89 

81,383 

1,028,948 

254,847 

19,255 

20,585 

667,661 

SI, 054 

162,227 

If,. 020 

28.620 

146,295 

6,235 

3.293,472 

5.085,866 

34,076 

249,375 

3,500 

337.721 

4.914 

40,478 

59.463 

111,431 

81,887 

108,050 

16,668 

15,826 

49,565 

70,527 

8,342 

386,970 

10,563 

4W.012 

20,842 

8,780,092 

687,046 

32,203 

4,350,523 

15.754 



Employes 




Average 
man — 








Inside 


Outside 


Total 


days 






7S5 


worked 


659 


126 


252 


50 


5 


55 


158 


89 


52 


141 


i.) 


41 


6 


47 


302 




35 


35 


290 


53 


11 


01 


246 


104 


46 


150 


274 


14 


11 


25 


218 


178 


.".7 


235 


'M 


371 


135 


506 


250 


413 


111 


524 


237 


23 


11 


34 


177 


;;o 


4 


30 


268 


29 


12 


41 


25< 1 


917 


191 


1,108 


258 


417 


91 


508 


243 


351 


92 


443 


63 


2,165 


724 


2,889 


210 


17 


11 


28 


214 


43 


4 


47 


178 


6 


2 


S 


150 


25 


9 


34 


171 


318 


1 28 


446 


230 


472 


142 


614 


290 


136 


50 


192 


236 


66 


154 


220 


276 




30 


30 


300 




52 


5-' 


46 


48 


6 


54 


249 


76 


30 


115 


285 


45 


5 


50 


107 


22 


60 


82 


29 


26,807 


5,029 


31,836 


211 


119 


24 


143 


255 


696 


212 


908 


214 


510 


176 


695 


007 


28 


S 


36 


220 


947 


410 


1,357 


249 


69 


8 


77 


223 


13,115 


2,596 


15,711 


227 


189 


55 


244 


215 


1,705 


632 


2,337 


273 


517 


144 


661 


180 




24 


24 


164 




27 


°7 


110 


1.223 


400 


1,683 


254 


168 


24 


192 


227 


378 


68 


446 


181 


34 


SI 


115 


208 


27 


25 


52 


155 


281 


41 


322 


248 




50 


50 


51 


5,609 


2.251 


7,860 


188 


10,734 


2.916 


13,650 


172 




■10 


29 


178 


353 


147 


500 


221 




1" 


1" 


050 


618 


190 


814 


232 




31 


31 


7° 


128 


00 


150 


182 


109 


25 


134 


215 


537 


153 


690 


230 




36 


36 


242 


165 


oo 


187 


204 


26 


5 


31 


242 


49 


14 


03 


173 


170 


23 


193 


108 




52 


52 


206 


70 


24 


94 


7« 


583 


111 


694 


roo 


22 


17 


30 


69 


690 


242 


932 


250 




22 


oo 


100 


14,481 


5.709 


20.190 


217 


1 .348 


335 


1,68! 


214 


103 


48 


151 


162 


11 . 202 


2.407 


13.000 


168 


7 


8 


15 


243 



48 



REPORT OF THE 



B — Operators, Production, Employes, Days Worked, 1930 — Continued 



Operators 



1 




Employes 




Average 
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Total 


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worked 


50,599 


89 


20 


109 


302 


233,973 


459 


120 


570 


235 


27,748 


179 


43 


222 


128 


61,688 


201 


53 


254 


114 


116,865 


325 


61 


386 


212 


302,289 


401 


90 


491 


258 


10,925 


80 


19 


99 


168 


302,089 


349 


210 


559 


282 


74,917 


132 


80 


201 


166 


800 


14 





19 


108 


65,490 


107 


4> 


155 


230 


952,616 


3,614 


719 


4,333 


141 


168,099 


392 


6C 


452 


284 


177,230 


145 


52 


197 


287 


930 


17 


2 


19 


2,24 


959,641 


1.387 


307 


1,694 


£39 


69,010 


169 


25 


194 


232 


3,500 


17 


1 


18 


262 


35,618 


93 


29 


122 


156 


21,295 


24 


19 


43 


L73 


361,482 




142 


142 


298 


20,600 




11 


11 


'64 


16,550 


40 




43 


237 


3,901,880 


7,084 


2,137 


9,221 


?34 


33,118 




56 


56 


177 


635,582 


1,346 


380 


1,726 


209 


153,178 


235 


111 


346 


218 


3,924 


12 


2 


14 


116 


21,341 


41 


11 


52 


260 


26,398 


31 


4 


35 


906 


392,729 


661 


166 


827 


277 


2,491 


13 


■1 


15 


205 


4,520 


30 


2 


32 


142 


37,804 


65 


11 


76 


203 


48,307 


42 


12 


54 


301 


61,407,642 


118,800 


32,371 


151,171 


210 



Plymouth Red Ash Coal Co. 

Price-Pancoast Coal Co. 

T. F. Quinn . 

Racket Brook Coal Cc>. 

Raub Coal Co. 

Repplier Coal Co. 

Rose Coal Co. 

Saint Clair Coal Co. 

Sandy Run Coal Co. 

Scott. Farber & Consargra 

Scranton Anthracite Coal Co. 

Scranton Coal Co. 

Seymour Coal Co. 

Sherman Coal Corp. 

Sindaco Coal Co. 

South Penn Collieries Co. 

Spencer Coal Co. 

Spring Brook Coal Co. 

E. S. Stackhouse Coal Co. 

Steinhart Coal Co. 

Stevens Coal Co. 

Strange Coal Co. 

Suscon Coal Co. 

Susquehanna Collieries Co. 

Syncline Contracting Co. 

Temple Coal Co. 

Thomas Colliery Co. 

Throop Coal Co. 

Troy Coal Co. 

West Brook Coal Co. 

West End Coal Co. 

Wilson Bros. Co. 

Wilson Coal Co. 

Wolf Collieries Co., Inc. 

Yatesville Coal Co. 



Total 



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DEPARTMENT OF MINES 
Production of Coal 



53 



Operators 



Gross Tons 



1929 



1, 270,51<i 
119,295 
75,881 
75,000 
20,585 
4,914 


1,560,191 

385,857 
66,928 

134,880 
15,826 
8,342 



774,431 



5,131,116 
3,019,727 



CARBON COUNTY 

Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co. 1,368,457 

Lehigh Navigation Coal Co. 

Coxe Brothers & Co., Inc. 241,435 

Evans Colliery Co. 75,462 

Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 60,000 

Junedale Coal Co., Inc. 

Mary G. Coal Co. 

Total 1,745,354 

COLUMBIA COUNTY 

Phila. & Reading Coal & Iron Co. 380,491 

Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 278,569 

Hazle Brook Coal Co. 28,192 

Harry L. Mitchneck 8,302 

Nay-But Coal Co. 

Total 695,554 

DAUPHIN COUNTY 

Susquehanna Collieries Co. 786,099 

LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Hudson Coal Co. 5,197,775 

Glen Alden Coal Co. 3,594,886 

Pennsylvania Coal Co. 2,389,683 

Scranton Coal Co. 1,135,829 

South Penn Collieries Co. 782,528 

Temple Coal Co. 337,123 

Fstate of Joseph J. Jermyn 306,211 

Price-Pancoast Coal Co. 243,649 

Lackawanna Coal Co., Ltd. 177,430 

Hillside Coal & Iron Co. 150,440 

Seymour Coal Co. 125,180 

Langcliffc Collieries, Inc. 94,146 

Mid-City Coal Co. 86,714 

Racket Brook Coal Co. 74,152 

Lehigh Valley Coal Co. __, 71,593 

Lackawanna Anthracite Mining Co. 70,440 

Spencer Coal Co. 67,374 

Green Ridge Coal Co. 60,270 

Humbert Coal Co. 57,261 

Moffat Coal Co. 47,721 

Raub Coal Co. 35,139 

John Gibbons Coal Co. 29,100 

Lincoln Coal Co. 27,175 

Meadowside Coal Co. 1 26,772 

Mine Run Coal Co. • 21,160 

Beardslee & Lewis Coal Co. 16,135 

Lackawanna Valley Fuel Co. 15,485 

H. A. Light Co. 15,345 

Flagg Coal Co. 13.72S 

D. P. M. Co. 13,131 

Throop Coal Co. 11,939 

West Brook Coal Co. 11,000 

Ampere Coal Co. 10,888 

Childs Coal Co. 9,292 

John J. Barrett 9,000 

Wilson Coal Co. 8,654 

Dunmore Anthracite Coal Co. '—— 7,297 

Murrin Coal Co. 5,400 

Namura Coal Co. 1,558 

Wilson Bros. Co. 1,157 

Spring Brook Coal Co. 758 

Triplex Coal Co. 686 

Pittston Co. 

Carova Coal Mining Co. 

Coal & Timber Co. 

Norwesco Mining Co. 

dap Mining Co. 



952,616 
749,374 
304,682 
254,847 
233,973 
162,227 



59,463 
61,688 
72,912 
81,054 
69,010 
60,761 
81,383 
49,565 
27,642 
6,114 



46,478 
16,663 
24,501 
13,020 
34,076 
57,885 
3,612 
3,924 
26,398 
13,725 
14,860 
24,000 
4,520 
3,225 



2,491 
3,500 



1,607,2S.-) 

183,182 

21,571 

10,563 

8,723 



54 



REPORT OF THE 
Production of Coal — Continued 



Gross Tons 



Operators 



LACKAWANNA COUNTY— Cont'd. 



Sindaco Coal Co. 

Scott, Farber & Consargn 



LUZERNE COUNTY 



Glen Alden Coal Co. 

Lehigh & Wilkes-Barre Coal Co. ___ 

Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 

Pennsylvania Coal Co. 

Pittston Co. 

Hudson Coal Co. 

Susquehanna Collieries Co. 

.Teddo-Highland Coal Co. 

Coxe Brothers & Co., Inc. 

Kingston Coal Co. 

Pardee Bros. & Co., Inc. 

Temple Coal Co. 

Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co. 

Lehigh Navigation Coal Co. 

Alden Coal Co. 

West End Coal Co. 

Hillside Coal & Iron Co. 

East Boston Coal Co. 

Hazle Brook Coal Co. 

John Conlon Coal Co. 

Buck Mountain Coal Mining Co. 

George F. Le e Coal Co. 

Miners Mills Coal Mining Co. 

Sandy Run Coal Co. 

Flanagan Coal Co. 

Raub Coal Co. 

Haddock Mining Co. 

Nanticoke Valley Coal Co. 

Yatesville Coal Co. 

Scranton Anthracite Coal Co. 

Langeliffe Collieries, Inc. 

M. & M. Coal Co. 

Pittston Coal Mining Co. 

E. s. Stackhouse Coal Co. 

Wolf Collieries Co., Inc. 

Plymouth Red Ash Coal Co. 

Lehigh & Wyoming Valley Coal Co. 

Hillman Colliery Co. 

Troy Coal Co. 

Fox Hill Mining Co. 

Lehigh Coal Co. 

T. F. Quinn Coal Co. 

John-Ames Coal Co. 

Harris-Denly Coal Co. 

Fast Alden Mining Co. 

Suscon Coal Co. 

R. M. Cranston 

Plymouth Mining Co. 

Barry Coal Co. 

I.ynott Coal Co. 

Cullen Fuel Co. 

Park Red Ash Coal Co. 

t'arova Coal Mining Co. 

Rose Coal Co. 



15,361,204 



5,007,143 
4,303,805 
3,861,376 
2,313,533 



1,938,663 
1,761,197 
1,295,525 
995,718 
645,998 
462,620 
362,090 
358,248 



356,126 

339,524 

329,719 

260,289 

165,083 

157,578 

149,800 

137,278 

107,195 

88,536 

86,837 

81,283 

80,300 

68,626 

67,789 

66,383 

60,443 

54,000 

48,597 

41,431 

40,480 

39,509 

36,941 

30,500 

27,468 

26,880 

22,941 

22,594 

22,023 

18,010 

17,977 

12,667 

10,438 

7,000 

5,691 

4,803 

2,183 

400 



1,987 



3,78 



2,683,213 

1,659,479 

1,627,656 

1,028,948 

1,057,352 

667,661 

450,012 

330,900 



343,511 



>,729 



291,422 



205,307 
141,740 
146,295 
108,050 
74,917 
17,805 
89,223 



79,527 
48,307 

65,490 



SI, 887 
32,203 
35,618 
37,804 
50,599 



29,511 
21,341 
27,526 

6,235 
27,748 
19,255 
12,050 
19,046 
16,550 

9,420 
15,754 
15,641 

3,500 



Total 



20,842 
69,831 
10,925 

24,514,377 



DEPARTMENT OF MINKS 
Production of Coal — Continued 



Operators 


1 frOBS Tons 


1929 . 1930 


NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY 





Phila. & Reading Coal & Iron Co. 

Susquehanna Collieries Co. 

Colonial Colliery Co. 

Northumberland Mining Co. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 

Excelsior Coal Co. 

SI amokin Colliery Co. 

Stevens Ooal Co. 

Steinhart Coal Co. 



Total 



SCHUYLKILL COUNTY 



Phila. & Reading Coal & Iron Co. 

Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co. 

Lehigh Navigation Coal Co. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 

Pine Hill Coal Co. 

Hazle Brook Coal Co. 

Haddock Mining Co. 

Lytic Coal Co. 

Lehigh & Wilkes-Bar re Coal Co. ___ 

Glen Alden Coal Co 

Mill Creek Coal Co. 

Buck Run Coal Co. 

Locust Mountain Coal Co. 

Saint Clair Coal Co. 

Harleigh-Brookwood Coal Co. 

Repplicr Coal Co. 

Susquehanna Collieries Co. 

Thomas Colliery Co. 

East Bear Ridge Colliery Co. 

Coxc Brothers & Co., Inc. 

Sherman Coal Corp. 

South Penn Collieries Co. 

Frackville Coal Co. 

Bell Colliery Co., Inc. 

Lavclle Coal Co. 

Strange Coal Co. 

Black Heath Coal Co. 

Chestnut Hill Coal Co. 

Syncline Contracting Co. 



Total 



SULLIVAN COUNTY 



Connell Anthracite Mining Co. __ 
Northern Anthracite Coal Co. __. 
Anthracite Power & Utilities Co. 



Total 



SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY 



Hudson Coal Co. 

Hillside Coal & Iron Co. 
Pittston Co. 



Total 



WAYNE COUNTY 



Hudson Coal Co. 

Hillside Coal & Iron Co. 
Pittston Co. 



Total 

Grand total 



2,278,433 
1,035,665 
718,056 
389,485 
321,591 
250,000 
174,314 
61,162 
9,681 

5,238,387 



5, .',49,411 
1,825,832 



l ,056,816 
763,663 

731, COG 
523,510 
458,750 

431,221 



365.215 
347,958 
335,18(1 
329,680 
301,750 
262,213 
218,228 
209,149 
205,720 
202,821 
154,235 
150,124 
72,552 
68,206 
31,701 
25,062 
15,979 
3,794 



),382 



86,362 

23,734 



65,918 
11,566 



77,484 



49,134 

41 .000 



90,134 



2, 74:;. 004 

L, 268, 243 

732,581 

386,970 

269,870 
242,700 



361,482 
21,295 



5,651,231 



1,679,445 
820,188 
687,946 

611,702 
476,111 
337,721 



505,803 
411,431 
298,005 
249,375 
302,089 
288,564 
302,289 
231 ,550 
153,17s 
193,121 
141,574 
177,230 
210,267 
75. SO! I 

84,317 

28,620 
20,600 
8,960 

13,616 

33. IIS 

13,993,950 



46,477 
~l6~729 



37,783 
43~731 



81,514 



93,511 

16,294 



109,805 



65,165,932 



61,407,64:; 



56 



REPORT OF THE 
Summary of Statistics 





1929 




1930 




FIRST DISTRICT 
Number of mines in district 




35 

27 






Number of mines in operation 


35 



Number 
Number 
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Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
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of gaseous mines in operation 

of non-gaseous mines in operation 

of washeries in operation 

of tons of coal shipped to market 

of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

of tons produced (gross) 

of tons produced by compressed air machines 

of tons produced by electrical machines 

of tons produced by mechanical mining 

of persons employed inside 

of persons employed outside 

of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years .. 
of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years __ 

of fatal accidents inside 

of fatal accidents outside 

of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 
of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 

of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside -- 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

of wives made widows 

of children made orphans 

of gasoline locomotives 

of compressed air locomotives 

of steam locomotives 

of electric battery locomotives 

of electric locomotives 

of cylindrical boilers 

of tubular boilers 

of steam engines of all classes 

of internal combustion engines (gas) 

of electric dynamos 

of electric motors (except haulage) 

of scraper units 

of conveyor units 

of loading machines 

of air compressors 

of pumps of all classes 

of pumps delivering water to surface 

of fans in use 



SECOND DISTRICT 



Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation i 

Number of non-gaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of tons produced (gross) _ 

Number of tons produced by compressed air machines 

Number of tons produced by electrical machines 

Number of tons produced by mechanical mining 

Number of persons employed inside 

Number of persons employed outside 

Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years „ 
Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years __ 

Number of fatal accidents inside 

Number of fatal accidents outside 

Number of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 
Number of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

Number of wives made widows 1 

Number of children made orphans 

Number of gasoline locomotives 

Number of compressed air locomotives 



27 



790,823 
42,552 
36,743 

870,118 



88,512 

182,761 

2,046 

548 

137 

102 

7 



20 

2 

124,303 

124.303 

292 



371 



29 



2,917,870 

147,860 

61,988 

3,127,718 



410,404 



1,317 
221 



142,169 

135,988 

270 

1,317 

315 

16 

25 



33 



1,721,060 
44,248 
57,395 

1,822,703 



295,369 
351,897 
4,108 
827 
91 
45 
16 



61 

II 

113,919 

113,619 

257 



20 
16 
86 

4 
37 
(>6 

1 
18 
52S 
47 
10 



1,697,960 

149,601 

41,983 

1,889,544 



162,061 

232,151 

4,159 

983 

131 
58 



209,919 
157,462 
462 
328 
429 
8 
22 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



57 



1930 



SECOND DISTRICT— Cont'd. 



Number of steam locomotives 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 

Number of steam engines of all classes 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 

Number of electric motors (except haulage) .. 

Number of scraper units 

Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 
Number of fans in use 



24 
16 

111 



Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 

Number 

Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 



THIRD DISTRICT 

of mines in district 

of mines in operation 

of gaseous mines in operation 

of non-gaseous mines in operation 

of washeries in operation 

of tons of coal shipped to market 

of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

of tons produced (gross) 

of tons produced by compressed air machines 

of tons produced by electrical machines 

of tons produced by mechanical mining _-. 

of persons employed inside 

of persons employed outside 

of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years 

of fatal accidents inside 

of fatal accidents outside 

of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days" disability or more 
of non-fatal accidents outside, BO days' disability or more 

of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside — 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

of wives made widows 

of children made orphans 

of gasoline locomotives 

of compressed air locomotives 

of steam locomotives 

of electric battery locomotives 

of electric locomotives 

of cylindrical boilers 

of tubular boilers 

of steam engines of all classes 

of internal combustion engines (gas) 

of electric dynamos • 

of electric motors (except haulage) 

of scraper units 

of conveyor units 

of loading machines 

of air compressors 

of pumps of all classes 

of pumps delivering water to surface 

of fans in use 



4 

34 

189 



2,935,375 

182,205 

147,952 

3,205,532 



41,828 

318,535 

5,583 

1,071 

184 

34 

18 

1 

87 

4 

181,418 

171,870 

310 

1,071 

350 

14 

32 




38 

103 



FOURTH DISTRICT 



Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 

Number of non-gaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 
Number of tons produced (gross) 

Number of tons produced by compressed air machines 





40 
70 
2 
14 
341 
31 



26 

124 

17 

14 



3,050,790 
145,187 
147,671 

3,343,648 



42,724 
160,069 

5,671 
975 
14(i 
26 
18 

82 

6 

185,758 

185,758 
315 

369 
16 

48 



It. 
573 
54 

:: 



158 

20 

it; 



1,839.642 
116,875 
196,62! 

2,153,140 



REPORT OF THE 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



FOURTH DISTRICT— Cont'd. 

Number of tons produced by electrical machines 

Number of tons produced by mechanical mining 

Number of persons employed inside 

Number of persons employed outside 

Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years 

Number of tatal accidents inside 

Number of fatal accidents outside 

number of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days" disability or more 
Number of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside __ 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

Number of wives made widows 

Number cf children made orphans 

Number of gasoline locomotives 

Number of compressed air locomotives 

Number of steam locomotives 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 

Number of steam engines of all classes 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 

Number of electric motors (except haulage) 

Number of scraper units 

Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 

Number of fans in use 

DISTRICT 




191,424 

149,440 

5,598 

1,326 

119 



110 
13 

103,057' 

95,130 

237 



266 
18 
37 



Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 

Number of non-gaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of ton? produced (gross) 

Number of tons produced by compressed air machines 

Number of tons produced by electrical machines 

Number of tons produced by mechanical mining 

Number of persons employed inside 

Number of persons employed outside 

Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years 

Number of fatal accidents inside 

Number of fatal accidents outside 

Number of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 
Number of non-fatel accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside __ 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

Number of wives made widows 

Number of children made orphans 

Num >er of gasoline engines 

Number of compressed air locomotives 

Numn.r of steam locomotives 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 

Number of steam engines of all classes 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 

Number of electric motors (except haulage) 

Number of scraper units 




2,302,952 
98,984 

2,501,829 



176,873 
149,815 

:».342 

1,090 

18 

105 

22 

3 

108 

5 

113,720 

100,073 

243 

363 

257 

21 

45 

1 



25^,552 

129,788 

5,696 

1,035 

116 

136 

17 

a 



126,65:- 
113,325 



518 
354 
12 



52 
10] 

1 
23 
129 

11 
50 

34 
207 
31 

2i 



14 

I 

1,792.617 

132,792 

91,006 

2, Op;, 415 



144.15A 

594,017 

5,404 

1 ,002 

46 

100 

22 

1 

66 

3 

01,655 

87,670 

246 

1,002 

279 

21 

49 



23 

640 
9 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



59 



FIFTH DISTRICT— Cont'd. 



Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water lo surface 
Number of fans in use 



SIXTH DISTRICT 



Number 
Number 
Numb r 
Ni il>er 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 

more 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 



of mines in district 

of mines in operation 

of gaseous mines in operation 

of non-gaseous mines in operation 

of washeries in operation 

of tons of coal shipped to market 

of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

of tons produced (gross) 

of tons produced by compressed air machines 

of tons produced by electrical machines 

of tons produced by mechanical mining 

of persons employed inside 

of persons employed outside 

of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years __ 

of fatal accidents inside 

of fatal accidents outside 

of non-fatal accidents inside, GO days' disability or more 
of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or 

of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside _ 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

of wives made widows 

of children made orphans 

of gasoline locomotives 

of compressed air locomotives 

of steam locomotives 

of electric battery locomotives 

of electric locomotives 

of cylindrical boilers 

of tubular boilers 

of steam engines of all classes 

of internal combustion engines (gas) 

of electric dynamos 

of electric motors (except haulage) 

of scraper units 

of conveyor units 

of loading machines 

of air compressors 

of pumps of all classes 

of pumps delivering water to surface 

of fans in use 



2 
20 
130 
1G 
20 



10 
15 

1 
2,863,199 

216,861 

3, 169 ,'797 



229,448 
250,230 

5,426 

1 ,387 

213 

122 

21 

1 

m 

10 
150,943 

144,082 

258 

1,387 

310 

19 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 

Number of non-gaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of tons produced (gross) 

Number of tons produced by compressed air machines 

Number of tons produced by electrical machines 

Number of tons produced by mechanical mining 

Number of persons employed inside 

Number of persons employed outside 

Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 
Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years .-- 

Number of fatal accidents inside 

Number of fatal accidents outside 

Number of non-fatal accidents insiMe, 60 days' disability or more 



12 

1 
17 

155 
14 
19 



23 

23 

10 

13 

1 

2,195,472 

201,397 

82 75 1 

2, 479^20 



148,575 

386,673 
5,504 
1,430 

242 
117 

1 
62 



112,710 

107,809 

250 

1,430 

301 

19 

43 



19 

8 

1 55 

1 

63 

121 



21 
33S 
31 
12 
1 
52 
205 
24 
19 



1,236,676 


1 ,226,283 


80,489 


114,342 


57,239 


79,892 


1,374,404 


1,420,517 


4,922 


107,798 


94,000 


3,613 


3,471 


991 


1,019 


64 


120 


- 


147 


12 


12 



60 



REPORT OF THE 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



SEVENTH DISTRICT — Cont'd. 

Number of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or 

more 6 4 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 114,534 118,376 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside - 114,534 101,466 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 301 289 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside 510 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 384 321 

Number of wives made widows 9 10 

Number of children made orphans — 24 21 

Number of gasoline locomotives 

Number of compressed air locomotives 

Number of steam locomotives 13 13 

Number of electric battery locomotives 4 4 

Number of electric locomotives 96 94 

Number of cylindrical boilers . 6 3 

Number of tubular boilers 33 33 

Number of steam engines of all classes 72 68 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 19 14 

Number of electric motors (except haulage) 276 296 

Number of scraper units 14 17 

Number of conveyor units 13 26 

Number of loading machines 3 1 

Number of air compressors 39 34' 

Number of pumps of all classes 157 140 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 58 46 

Number of fans in use 24 18 

EIGHTH DISTRICT 

Number of mines in district 28 25 

Number of mines in operation 28 25 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 19 22 

Number of non-gaseoeus mines in operation 9 3 

Number of washeries in operation 1 1 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 2,008,654 1,952,840 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 195,569 257,783 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 35,835 31,829 

Number of tons produced (gross) 2,240,058 2,242,452 

Number of tons produced by compressed air machines 

Number of tons produced by electrical machines 198,230 310,000 

Number of tons produced by mechanical mining 273,651 395,765 

Number of persons employed inside 5,158 5,314 

Number of persons employed outside 1,217 1,122 

Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 162 227 

Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years __ 159 96 

Number of fatal accidents inside 24 13 

Number of fatal accidents outside 1 1 

Number of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 47 56 
Number of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or 

more 6 4 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 93,336 172,496 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside — 89,602 160,175 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 215 409 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside 1,217 1,122 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 255 460 

Number of wives made widows 17 11 

Number of children made orphans 51 38 

Number of gasoline locomotives 

Number of compressed air locomotives 

Number of steam locomotives 8 10 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 159 156 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 93 97 

Number of steam engines of all classes 111 108 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 20 16 

Number of electric motors (except haulage) 595 684 

Number of scraper units 7 7 

Number of conveyor units 8 42 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors . 26 20 

Number of pumps of all classes 128 125 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 16 22 

Number of fans in use 25 23 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 
Summary of Statistics — Continues 



61 



NINTH DISTRICT 



Number 
Number 

Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 



of mines in district 

of mines in operation _ 

of gaseous mines in operation 

of non-gaseous mines in operation 

of washeries in operation 

of tons of coal shipped to market 

of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

of tons produced (gross) 

of tons produced by compressed air machines _„ 

of tons produced by electrical machines 

of tons produced by mechanical mining 

of persons employed inside — 

Ol persons employed outside 

of persons employed inside between IB and 21 years — 
of persons employed outside between 16 and 21 years -- 

of fatal accidents inside 

of fatal accidents outside 

of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 
of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 

of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside _. 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

of wives made widows 

of children made orphans 

of gasoline locomotives 

of compressed air locomotives 

of steam locomotives 

of electric battery locomotives 

of electric locomotives 

of cylindrical boilers 

of tubular boilers 

of steam engines of all classes 

of internal combustion engines (gas) 

of electric dynamos 

of electric motors (except haulage) 

of scraper units 

of conveyor units 

of loading machines 

of air compressors 

of pumps of all classes 

of pumps delivering water to surface 

of fans in use 



1,707,504 



75,931 
1,986,069 



22,840 

3,492 

931 

193 

63 

22 

1 

72 

4 

90,276 

86,351 

159 

931 

192 



7 

15 
46 

1 
53 
177 



Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 



TENTH DISTRICT 

mines in district 

mines in operation 

gaseous mines in operation 

non-gaseous mines in operation 

washeries in operation 

tons of coal shipped to market 

tons' used at mines for steam and heat 

tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

tons produced (gross) 

tons produced by compressed air machines 

tons produced by electrical machines 

tons produced by mechanical mining 

persons employed inside 

persons employed outside 

persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years .. 

fatal accidents inside 

fatal accidents outside 

non-fatal accidents inside. 60 days' disability or more 
non-fatal accidents outside, <i0 days' disability or more 

tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside -- 

persons employed per fatal accident inside .._ 

persons employed per fatal accident outside 

persona employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

wives made widows 

children made orphans 

gasoline locomotives 

compressed air locomotives 



19 

212 
10 
1 

1 
•21 



2,177,249 
202,071 
119,673 

2,498,993 



39,900 

232,663 

5,548 

1,100 

184 

84 

17 

1 

122 

6 

146,999 

138,833 

326 

1,100 

369 

13 

40 



1,468,256 
196,291 



1,724,430 



34,377 
3,575 
£37 
146 
64 
16 

""66 

6 

107,777 

107,777 

223 

""282 
10 

12 



7 
17 
54 

1 
53 
170 



22 
234 
13 
1 
1 
22 
167 
33 
24 



2,030,323 
209,752 
117,484 

2,357,559 



29,602 

216,736 

5,471 

1,055 

151 

110 

14 

1 

125 

10 

168,397 

157,171 

391 

1,055 

435 

14 

i.4 

1 



02 



REPORT OF THE 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



1930! 



TENTH DISTRICT — Cont'd. 

Number of steam locomotives 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 

Number of steam engines of all classes 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 

Number of electric motors (except baulage) _. 

Number of scraper units ^ 

Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumpsi delivering water to surface 
Number of fans in use 



sc 

173 



16 

374 



22 
196 

26 
26 



24 

191 
S3 

26 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT 



Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 

Number of non-gaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of tons produced (gross) 

Number of tons produced by compressed nir machines 

Number of tons produced by electrical machines 

Number of tons produced by mechanical mining 

Number of persons employed inside 

Number of persons employed outside 

Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years -. 

Number of fatal accidents inside 

Number of fatal accidents outside 

Number of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 
Number of non-fatal accidents outside. CO days' disability or more 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside __. 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

Number of wives made widows 

Numbr of children made orphans 

Number of gasoline locomotives 

Number of compressed air locomotives 

Number of steam locomotives 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 

Number of steam engines of all classes 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 

Number of electric motors! (except haulage) 

Number of scraper units 

Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 

Number of fans in use 



1.815,559 
172,629 
318,277 

2,306,465 



179 



5,040 
1,141 



124 
18 



177,420 
177,420 



10 
16 
9 

44 
1 

70 
313 



8 
106 



20 
165 

18 
24 



1 

1,807,323 

171,791 

293,907 

2,273,021 



47,108 
4,963 
867 
.358 
103 
£4 
3 
71 

162,350 

151,354 

355 

289 

343 

13 

26 

4 

1 

15 

9 

51 

1 

64 

295 

1 

26 

232 

1 



200 
16 
21 



TWELFTH DISTRICT 



Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 

Number of non-gaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market — '. 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of tons produced (gross) 

Number of tons produced by compressed air machines 



24 

24 

IS 

6 

1 

2,795,705 

199,479 

220,131 

3,215,315 



,335,720 
177, 74o 
219,718 

,733, 1S1 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



63 





192& 


:l:;0 


TWELFTH DISTRICT — Cont'd. 


1,204 

09,348 

6,0U; 

1,459 

282 

180 

23 

4 

103 

9 

L39.796 

119,086 

264 

:!64 

39 


1.1,573 




64,992 


Number of persons employed inside 


6,286 
l ,319 


Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years _._ 
iNUinber of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years - 


237 
126 

19 


Number of fatal accidents outside 

Number of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 
.Number of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or mon 
Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside _._ 
Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside _ 
Number of personsi employed per fatal accident inside 


92 

6 

143,852 

130,151 
331 

660 


Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 


362 

17 




83 








4 

18 
21 
98 






17 








77 




1 


Number of tubular boilers 


62 
370 


61 

341 




1 




12 
367 
10 

L __ _^ __ 


13 


Number of electric motors (except baulage) 


405 

11 




1 








23 
150 
17 
23 

38 
38 

30 

s 


23 




154 


Number of pumps delivering water to surface 


17 




22 


THIRTEENTH DISTRICT 

Number of mines in district - . _ ._ 


37 


Number of mines in operation 


36 


Number of gaseous mines in operation „ _____.„___ 


28 


Number of non-gaseous mines in operation _- _. 


8 


Number of washeries in operation 




Number of tons of coal shipped 1 to market 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat - 


3,939,999 
223,024 
104,533 

4,267,556 


3,392,253 

270,21s 


Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of tons produced (gross) 


94,295 
:! ,756,7-Hi 


Number of tons produced by electrical machines __ _______ 


22,000 

10!), 422 

R,024 

1,718 

526 

261 

33 

1 

119 

11 

129,820 

125,516 

243 

1,718 

287 

15 

37 

3 


35,058 


Number of tons produced by mechanical mining _ .... 


152,85] 


Number of persons employed inside 

Number of persons employed outside _ 


7,986 

1,50- i 


Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years __ 
Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 'years ___ 
Number of fatal accidents inside '. _ 


576 
214 
"1 


Number of fatal accidents outside ______________ __ . 




Number of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 day-" disability or more 
Number of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside __ 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside 


109 

156,531 
156,531 

333 


Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 
Number of wives made widows _ __ 


396 


Number of children made orphans __ 


80 


Number of gasoline locomotives _ . _ 


8 


Number of compressed air locomotives 




Number of steam locomotives 


10 
24 
160 i 


'0 


Number of electric battery locomothvs 




Number of electric locomotives 




Number of cylindrical boilers 




Number of tubular boilers -_ 


105 
216 

___ 

775 
9 


95 


Number of steam engines of all classes 




Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 


32 


Number of electric motors (except haulage) 

Number of scraper units 


814 
10 



64 



REPORT OF THE 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT— Cont' 



Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 
Number of fans in use 



Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
more ___ 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 



FOURTEENTH DISTRICT 

mines in district 

mines in operation 

gaseous mines in operation 

non-gaseous mines in operation 

washeries in operation 

tons of coal shipped to market 

tons used at mines for steam and heat 

tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

tons produced (gross) 

tons produced by compressed air machines 

tons produced by electrical machines 

tons produced by mechanical mining 

persons employed inside 

persons employed outside 

persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years _. 

fatal accidents inside 

fatal accidents outside 

non-fatal accidents inside, CO days' disability or more 
non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or 

tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside — 

persons employed per fatal accident inside 

persons employed per fatal accident outside 

persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

wives made widows 

children made orphans 

gasoline locomotives 

compressed air locomotives 

steam locomotives 

electric battery locomotives 

electric locomotives 

cylindrical boilers 

tubular boilers 

steam engines of all classes 

internal combustion engines (gas) 

electric dynamos 

electric motors (except haulage) 

scraper units 

conveyor units 

loading machines 

air compressors 

pumps of all classes 

pumps delivering water to surface 

fans in use 



31 
240 
50 



64 

64 

57 

13 

2 

3,901,077 

164,490 

81,755 

4,147,322 



112,509 

7,044 

1,730 

276 

167 

34 

118 



121,980 

115,203 

207 



244 
26 
76 



13 
43 

2 
39 

185 



44 
i 

236 
46 
6i 



51 

51 

33 

18 

2 

3,593,445 

168,007 

103,457 

3,864,909 



8,000 
6,951 
1,666 



28 

2 

124 



128,830 
248 



287 
19 

56 



41 
24 
136 
1 
47 
84 
6 
15 
656 



FIFTEENTH DISTRICT 

Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 

Number of non-gaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of tons produced (gross) 

Number of tons produced by compressed air machines 

Number of tons produced by electrical machines 

Number of tons produced by mechanical mining 

Number of persons employed inside 

Number of persons employed outside _• 

Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years — 

Number of fatal accidents inside 

Number of fatal accidents outside 

Number of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 




155,644 

5,166 

2,015 

220 

135 

19 

5 

77 



2,959,621 
311,839 
136,786 

3.408,246 



130,042 

4,904 

1,832 

193 

104 

5 

4 



DEPARTMENT OF MINKS 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



05 



22 
201,337 

159,392 

272 

403 

299 

16 

37 



FIFTEENTH DISTRICT— Cont'd. 

Number of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or 

more 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside __ 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

Number of wives made widows 

Number of children made orphans 

Number of gasoline locomotives 

Number of compressed air locomotives 

Number of steam locomotives 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 

Number of steam engines of all classes 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 

Number of electric motors (except haulage) 

Number' of scraper units 

Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 

Number of fans in use 



95 
133 

4 
17 
420 



SIXTEENTH DISTRICT 



Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
more __. 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 



mines in district 

mines in operation 

gaseous mines in operation 

non-gaseous mines in operation 

washeries in operation 

tons of coal shipped to market 

tons used at mines for steam and heat 

tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

tons produced (gross) 

tons produced by compressed air machines 

tons produced by electrical machines 

tons produced by mechanical mining 

persons employed inside 

persons employed outside 

persons employed inside between 10 and 21 years ___ 
persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years _ 

fatal accidents inside 

fatal accidents outside 

non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 
non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or 

tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside _- 

persons employed per fatal accident inside 

persons employed per fatal accident outside 

persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

wives made widows 

children made orphans 

gasoline locomotives 

compressed air locomotives 

steam locomotives 

electric battery locomotives 

electric locomotives 

cylindrical boilers 

tubular boilers 

steam engines of all classes 

internal combustion engines (gas) 

electric dynamos 

electric motors (except haulage) 

scraper units 

conveyor units 

loading machines 

air compressors 

pumps of all classes 

pumps delivering water to surface 

fans in use 



40 
131 
50 



2,028,253 
177,748 
101,975 

2,307,976 



3,728 

1,663 

180 

137 



10 

250,442 

209,816 

414 

831 

490 



22 



72 
97 
16 
11 
362 



31 
106 



15 
681,649 

378,694 

DM 

458 

748 

5 

1:"") 



86 

124 

2 

2!) 
4>2 

"~82~ 

3S 
178 

41 
32 



47 

46 
20 

2i ; 
l 

2,157,448 

168,768 

63,956 

2,390,172 



3,687 

1,683 

129 

123 

9 

4 
63 

13 
265,575 
183,859 

410 

421 

413 

9 

15 



16 

11 
418 



29 

15S 
44 
28 



S-2412— 3 



REPORT OF THE 



Summary of Statistics — Continued 




2, 472,006 

103,833 

40,530 

2,622,369 




SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT 

Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 

Number of non-gaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of tons produced (gross) 

Number of tons produced by compressed air machines 

Number of tons produced by electrical machines 

Number of tons produced by mechanical mining 

Number of persons employed inside 

Number of persons employed outside 

Number of persons employed inside between 10 and 21 years 

Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years ._ 

Number of fatal accidents inside 

Number of fatal accidents outside 

Number of non-fatal accidents inside, 00 days' disability or more 
Number of non-fatal accidents outside, 00 days' disability or 

more 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

Number of wives made widows 

Number of children made orphans 

Number of gasoline locomotives 

Number of compressed air locomotives 

Number of steam locomotives 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 

Number of steam engines of all classes 

Number of internal combustion engines (Kas) 

Number of electric dynamos 

Number of electric motors (except haulage) 

Number of scraper units 

Number of conveyor units . 

Number of loading machines . 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 

Number of fans in use 

EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT 

mines in district 

mines in operation 

gaseous mines in operation 

non-gaseous mines in operation 

washeries in operation 

tons of coal shipped to market 

tons used at mines for steam and heat 

tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

tons produced (gross) 

tons produced by compressed air machines 

tons produced by electrical machines 

tons produced by mechanical mining . 

persons employed inside 

persons employed outside 

persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years 

fatal accidents inside 

fatal accidents outside 

non-fatal accidents inside, 00 days' disability or more 
non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 

tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside -- 

persons employed per fatal accident inside 

persons employed per fatal accident outside 

persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

wives made widows 

children made orphans 

gasoline locomotives 




Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 

Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 



41 

34 

18 

10 

1 

2,156,325 

190,104 

130,229 

2,47(i,i;5> 



4,874 
2,075 



23,s:i3 
256 
2,1175 
347 
14 
37 
2 



2,133,935 
88,139 
51,298 

2,273,372 



,590 

110 

90 



66 

26 

151,55s 

151,558 

259 



306 
10 
16 



11 
560 



1 

2,022,740 

127,2(11 

169,287 

2, 309,2vs 



3,700 

4,25(1 

1.027 

119 

221 

13 

■2 

68 

11 

185,330 

153,953 

327 

S14 

392 

11 

20 

3 



DEPARTMENT OF MINKS 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



67 




EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT; — Cont'd. 



Number of compressed air locomotives 

Number of .steam locomotives — 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 

Number of steam engines oi all classes 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 

Number of electric motors (except haulage) _. 

Number of scraper units 

Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 
Number of fans in use 



Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 

Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 



NINETEENTH DISTRICT 

mines in district 

mines in operation 

gaseous mines in operation 

non-gaseous mines in operation 

washeries in operation 

tons of coal shipped to market 

tons used at mines for steam and heat 

tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

tons produced (gross) 

tons produced by compressed air machines 

tons produced by electrical machines 

tons produced by mechanical mining 

persons employed inside :. 

persons employed outside 

persons employed inside between 10 and 21 years _. 
persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years .. 

fatal accidents inside 

fatal accidents outside - 

non-fatal accidents inside. 60 days' disability or more 
non-fatal accidents outside, 00 days' disability or more 

tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside 

persons employed per fatal accident inside 

persons employed per fatal accident outside 

persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

wives made widows 

children made orphans 

gasoline locomotives 

compressed air locomotives 

steam locomotives 

electric battery locomotives 

electric locomotives 

cylindrical boilers 

tubular boilers i 

steam engines of all classes 

internal combustion engines (gas) 

electric dynamos 

electric motors (except haulage) 

scraper units 

conveyor units 

loading machines 

air compressors 

pumps of all classes 

pumps delivering water to surface 

fans in use 




2,408,913 

141,938 

78,415 

2,629,266 



7,600 

107,760 

4,009 

1,480 

75 

244 

21 

4 

124 

14 

125,203 

105,171 

194 

370 

222 

19 

23 

1 



TWENTIETH DISTRICT 



Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 

Number of non-gaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 
Number of tons produced (gross) 



15 
501 

7 
48 

2 
27 
8ft 
38 
40 



1,745, 423 

294,538 

14,620 

2,084,581 



9 
41 
26 

54 

1 

72 
2 

13 
459 



34 
104 
45 

20 



2,470,271 
97,921 
93,718 

2,001,910 



89,700 

4,102 

1,417 

50 

198 

38 

4 

128 

20 

70,050 

63,379 

no 

354 
133 

28 

61 

2 



11 
528 



1 

1,855,098 

294.925 

40,755 

2,191,378 



REPORT OF THE 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



TWENTIETH DISTRICT— Cont'd. 



Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 



Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 



<if tons produced by compressed air machines 

of tons produced by electrical machines . 

of tons produced by mechanical mining 

Of persons employed inside 3,414 3,596 

of persons employed outside 1,301 1,342 

of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years _- 156 72 

of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years _. 248 251 

of fatal accidents inside 11 7 

of fatal accidents outside 2 

of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 74 75 

of nonfatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 11 10 

of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 189,508 313,054 

of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside 189,508 243,486 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside 310 514 

of persons employed per fatal accident outside 671 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 429 54!) 

of wives made widows 6 6 

of children made orphans 15 3 

of gasoline locomotives 

of compressed air locomotives 14 17 

of steam locomotives 12 11 

of electric battery locomotives 

of electric locomotives 33 33 

of cylindrical boilers 

of tubular boilers 143 139 

of steam engines of all classes 137 131 

of internal combustion engines (gas) 

of electric dynamos 6 5 

of electric motors (except haulage) 142 169 

of scraper units 

of conveyor units 

of loading machines 

of air compressors __.: 23 22 

of pumps of all classes 104 100 

of pumps delivering water to surface 39 39 

of fans in use 20 18 

TWENTY FIRST DISTRICT 

of mines in district 29 29 

of mines in operation 29 27 

of gaseous mines in operation 16 16 

of non-gaseous mines in operation 13 11 

of washeries in operation 

of tons of coal shipped to market 2,290,822 2,126,221 

of tons used at mines for steam and heat 263,870 209,289 

of tons sold to local trade and used by employes ; 65.724 57,574 

of tons produced (gross) 2,620,416 2,393,084 

of tons produced by compressed air machines 

of tons produced by electrical machines 

of tons produced by mechanical mining 65,334 124,868 

of persons employed inside 4,388 4,223 

of persons employed outside 1,827 1,711 

of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years -- 136 124 

of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years -- 297 255 

of fatal accidents inside 17 23 

of fatal accidents outside 2 2 

of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 117 110 

of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 11 17 

of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 154,142 104,047 

of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside 137,917 95,723 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside 258 184 

of persons employed per fatal accident outside 914 856 

of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 327 237 

of wives made widows 15 16 

of children made orphans 40 26 

of gasoline locomotives 

of compressed air locomotives 13 13 

of steam locomotives 42 27 

of electric battery locomotives 5 6 

of electric locomotives 57 61 

of cylindrical boilers 

of tubular boilers — ' 97 88 

of steam engines of all classes 106 90 

of internal combustion engines (gas) — 

of electric dynamos 17 17 

of electric motor- (except haulage) 272 298 



DEPARTMENT OP MINES 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT— Cont' 



Number of scraper units .._-. 

Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water to surrace 
Number of fans in use 




TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT 



Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 
Number of 



mines in district 

mines in operation 

gaseous mines in operation 

non-gaseous mines in operation 

washeries in operation 

tons of coal shipped to market 

tons used at mines for steam and heat 

tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

tons produced (gross) 

tons produced by compressed air machines 

tons produced by electrical machines 

tons produced by mechanical mining 

persons employed inside 

persons employed outside 

persons employed inside between 1G and 21 years -- 
persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years -- 

fatal accidents inside 

fatal accidents outside 

non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 
non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days'disability or more 

tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside 

persons employed per fatal accident inside 

persons employed per fatal accident outside 

persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

wives made widows 

children made orphans 

gasoline locomotives 

compressed air locomotives 

steam locomotives 

electric battery locomotives 

electric locomotives ' 

cylindrical boilers 

tubular boilers 

steam engines of all classes 

internal combustion engines (gas) 

electric dynamos 

electric motors (except haulage) 

scraper units 

conveyor units 

loading machines 

air compressors 

pumps of all classes - 

pumps delivering water to surface 

fans in use 

TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT 



1,874,446 

244,480 

68,747 

2,187,673 



3,722 

1,341 

15,7 

240 

10 

1 

56 

9 

218,767 

198,879 

372 

1,341 

460 



14 
304 



Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 

Number of non-gaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 

Number of tons used at mines for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of tons produced (gross) 

Number of tons produced by compressed air machines 

Number of tons produced by electrical machines 

Number of tons produced by mechanical mining 

Number of persons employed inside 

Number of persons employed outside 

Number of persons employed inside between 16 and :'.l years 
Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years 

Number of fatal accidents inside 

Number of fatal accidents outside 



33 
64 



2,520,071 
221,020 
50,492 

■J.7!»l ,r,s:; 



25,974 

4,650 

1,415 

188 

252 

14 

4 



1,892,470 

204,798 

55,624 

2,152,892 



3,807 

1,438 

78 

172 

12 

2 

98 

17 

179,408 

153,778 

317 

719 

375 

10 

24 



72 
73 
1 
13 
371 



:;.142,720 
139,249 

38,823 
3,320,801 



&,353 

215,3*4 

1,903 

I ,305 

160 

18 

1 



70 



REPORT OF THE 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT— Cont' 



Number of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 
Number of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 
Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside __ 
Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside -- 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 

Number of wives made widows 

Number of children made orphans 

Numbr of gasoline locomotives 

Number of compressed air locomotives 

Number of steam locomotives 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 

Number of steam engines of all classes 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 

Number of electric motors (except haulage) 

Number of scraper units 

Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 

Number of fans in use 

TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT 

Number of mines in district 

Number of mines in operation 

Number of gaseous mines in operation 

Number of nongaseous mines in operation 

Number of washeries in operation - .. 

Number of tons of coal shipped to market 

Number of tons used at mine* for steam and heat 

Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of tons produced (gross) 

Number of tons produced by compressed air machines 

Number of tons produced by electrical machines 

Number of tons produced by mechanical mining - 

Number of persons employed inside 1 

Number of persons employed outside 

Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years 

Number of fatal accidents inside 

Number of fatal accidents outside ■ 

Number of non-fatal accidents inside, <;<i days' disability or morel 
Number of non-fatal accidents outside, 60 days' disability or more 1 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 1 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside — 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident outside ; 

Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outride 

Number of wives made widows 

Number of children made orphans 

Number of gasoline locomotives 

Number of compressed air locomotives 

Number of steam locomotives 

Number of electric battery locomotives 

Number of electric locomotives 

Number of cylindrical boilers 

Number of tubular boilers 

Number oi steam engines of all classes- 

Number of internal combustion engines (gas) 

Number of electric dynamos 

Number of electric motors (except haulage) 

Number of scraper units 

Number of conveyor units 

Number of loading machines 

Number of air compressors 

Number of pumps of all classes 

Number of pumps delivering water to surface 

Number of fans in use 



VM,:i>, 
156,01 



354 
337 
10 
24 



10 

15 

1 

1,858,129 

144,>20 

122,264 

2,125,213 



4, IK' 
3.244 
1,374 



2'i5,f;51 

265,651 

405 



228 

1 
2 



131 

17 

184,489 

174.779 

272 

1,305 

327 
15 
38 



775 
41 

34 
1 

15 
110 

37 
29 



12 

1 

2,161,498 

123,713 

1.50,263 

2.435,474 



19,35» 
65,508 
2,941 

1,351 
57 
180 



1 
90 

304,433 

270,608 

368 

1 ,351 
477 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 
Summary of Statistics — Continued 



71 





1929 


1930 


TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT 


18 

Is 

18 


L8 




12 




12 








2 

1 ,733,882 

258,095 

58.27C 

2,060,247 


1 




1 ,45(5,870 




246,506 


Number of tons sold to local trade and used by employes 

Number of tons produced (gross) 


80,762 
1,793,140 
















3,894 

1.417 
174 
195 


378 




1 ,323 


Number of persons employed inside between 16 and 21 years 

Number of persons employed outside between 14 and 21 years 


132 

195 






Number of non-fatal accidents inside, 60 days' disability or more 
Number of non-fatal accidents outside. 60 days' disability or more 

Number of tons of coal produced per fatal accident inside 

Number of tons produced per fatal accident inside and outside 
Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside 


3 

107,907 

107,907 

205 


68 

149,429 
149,429 


Number of persons employed per fatal accident inside and outside 


279 
16 

34 


433 
9 




19 








4 
17 
4 

1 


4 


Number Of steam locomotives 


17 




47 








s 


79 


Number of steam engines of all classes 






13 
218 


19 




347 




















20 

71 

23 & Tanks 


16 






Number of pumps delivering: water to surface 

Number of fans in use . . 


17 



72 



REPORT OF THE 





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C. R. R. of N. J. 

Trucks to D. & H. 

L. V. 

1). L. & W. 

None 

None 

Reading 

Trucks 

Pennsylvania 

Reading 

I). & H. 
1). & H. 

1). & H.; Eric 

Reading 

D. L. & W. 

D. L. & W. 

Pennsylvania; 
Reading 

D. & H.; Erie 
Erie 

L. V. 

T.. V. 






Post Office 

Address of 

Colliery 


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M- ! 

O > 

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Archbald 

Kingston 

Peckvillc 

Tuscarora 

Minersville 

Fern Glen 

Buck Run 

Jermyn 

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TABLE 
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INSPECTION DISTRICTS 1929-30 
District Inspector Headquarters 

1 William Reid Carbondale 

2 P. J. Moore Carbondale 

3 L. M. Evans Scranton 

4 Augustus McDade Taylor 

5 S. J. Phillips Scranton 

6 F. B. Magovern Scranton 

7 Henry R. Owens Scranton 

8 Joseph J. Walsh Wilkes-Barre 

9 Edwin C. Curtis Kingston 

10 John B. Corgan Kingston 

11 Thomas J. Williams Kingston 

12 D. T. Davis Wilkes-Barre 

13 Frank Kettle Nanticoke 

14 John L. Picton Plymouth 

15 David J. Roderick Hazleton 

16 J. J. Stickler Hazleton 

17 William J. Clements Coaldale 

18 Timothy A. Ryan Pottsville 

19 Charles G. Fromme Pottsville 

20 Bert Golden Mahanoy City 

21 William R. Bottomley Shenandoah 

22 James Quigley Mount Carmel 

23 B. I. Evans Mount Carmel 

24 P. J. Friel Shamokin 

25 Charles J. Price Lykens 



INDEX 

STATISTICAL SUMMARY 

A 

Page 

ACCIDENTS : 

Gilberton Colliery fall of rock, 1930 6 

Fatal, causes of, by counties, 1929-1930 16-18 

Fatal, causes of, by operators, 1929-1930 32-34 

Fatal, causes of, 1921-1930 37 

Fatal, number of, by inspection districts, 1929-1930 41-42 

Fatal, number of, 1S70-1930 39 

Fatalities per 1.000,000 man-days and per 1,000,000 tons produced. 

by operators, 1929-1930 32-34 

Fatalities per 1,000,000 tons produced, 1870-1930 39 

Five or more persons killed, 1847-1930 20 

Nationality of persons fatally injured, by counties, 1929-1930 26-28 

Nationality of persons fatally injured, by falls, 1929-1930 30 

Occupations of persons fatally injured, by counties, 1929-1930 22-24 

Production per fatality, by operators, 1929-1930 32-34 

Production per fatality, 1870-1930 39 

Serious non-fatal, causes of, by counties, 1930 36 

Serious non-fatal, number of, by inspection districts, 1929-1930 . . 41-42 

ASSISTANT MINE FOREMEN'S EXAMINATIONS, 1929-1930 8 

B 
BOILERS : 

Number, kinds and horse power, by counties, 1929 115 

Number, kinds and horse power, by operators and collieries, 1930 116 



CERTIFICATES. Mine Foremen's and Assistant Mine Foremen's, 

1929-1930 8 

COAL (See PRODUCTION OF COAL) 

D 

DAYS COLLIERIES WORKED, by counties. 1929-1930 40 

DAYS OPERATORS WORKED, 1929-1930 45-47 

DAYS WORKED, AVERAGE. 1900-1930 43 

E 

EMPLOYES : 

Mechanical mining, by counties, 1929 155 

Mechanical mining, by operators and collieries, 1930 156 

Nationality of, 1929-1930 30 

Number of, by inspection districts, 1929-1930 49-51 

Number of. by operators, 1929-1930 45-47 

Number of, 1870-1930 39 

Occupations of, by districts. 1929-1930 49-52 

ENGINES : 

Number, kinds and horse power, by counties, 1929 104 

Number, kinds and horse power, by operators and collieries, 1930 105 

EXAMINATIONS, Mine Foremen's and Assistant Mine Foremen's, 

1929-1930 8 

EXPLOSIVES USED, by operators and collieries, 1929-1930 83-99 

193 



194 INDEX 

F Page 

FANS, type and size, volume of air produced, by operators and col- 
lieries. 1929-1930 130 

FATAL ACCIDENTS (See ACCIDENTS) 

FUELS, various produced and used for domestic purposes, 1924-1930 5 

H 
HAULAGE : 

Locomotives, horses and mules, by counties, 1929 115 

Locomotives, horses and mules, bv operators and collieries, 1929- 

1930 116 

I 

INSPECTORS, location and headquarters 192 

INTRODUCTION 4 

L 

LETTERS OF TRANSMITTAL 3 

LOCOMOTIVES : 

Number and kinds, by counties. 1929 115 

Number and kinds, by operators and collieries. 1930 116 

M 
MINE CATASTROPHES : 

Five or more persons killed. 1847-1930 20 

Gilberton colliery, fall of rock 6 

MINE FOREMEN'S EXAMINATIONS. 1929-1930 8 

MINING MACHINES : 

Number of electric aud compressed air, by counties, 1929 155 

Number of electric and compressed air. by operators and collieries, 

1930 156 

N 

NATIONALITY OF EMPLOYES. 1929-1930 30-31 

NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS (See ACCIDENTS) 

O 
OPERATORS HAYING FATALITIES, 1929-1930 32-34 

P 

POWER USED: 

Boilers, engines, locomotives, by counties, 1929 115 

Boilers, engines, locomotives, by operators and collieries, 1930 116 

PRODUCTION OF COAL : 

Different methods of mining, by counties, 1929 155 

Different methods of mining, by operators and collieries, 1930 .... 156 

Distribution of, by counties, 1900-1930 44 

Distribution of, by counties. 1929-1930 40 

Distribution of, by inspection districts, 1929-1930 41-42 

Distribution of, 1900-1930 43 

Operators, 1929-1930 45-47 

Washeries, 1894-1930 39 

1870-1930 39 

PUMPS : 
Delivering water to surface — gallons delivered, by operators and 

collieries, 1930 130 

Total number and capacity, by operators and collieries, 1930 130 

W 
WASHERY PRODUCTION, 1894-1930 39 



INDEX 195 

ANALYTICAL INDEX 

Page 
Production of coal, by operators and counties, 1929-1930 53 

Summary of statistics, by districts, 1929-1930 50 

Table 1 — 1930. Operators, location of collieries, railroads, by counties 72 

Table 2 — 1929. Production of coal, days worked, persons employed, 

killed and injured, explosives used, by operators and collieries 83 

Table 2 — 1930. Production of coal, days worked, persons employed, 

killed and injured, explosives used, by operators and collieries 99 

Table 4 — 1929. Source of power, number and kinds of boilers, engines, 

locomotives and electrical equipment in use, by counties 115 

Table 4 — 1930. Source of power, number and kinds of boilers, engines, 
locomotives and electrical equipment in use, by operators and 
collieries 116 

Table 5 — 1930. Type and size of fans, volume of air produced by fan, 

number and capacity of pumps, by operators and collieries .... 130 

Table 6 — 1929. Seam worked, machinery used, employes engaged and 

tons produced by mechanical mining, by counties 155 

Table 6 — 1930. Seam worked, machinery used, employes engaged and 

tons produced by mechanical mining, by operators and collieries 15G 

Table 7 — 1929. Number of each class of employes inside, by counties 1G3 

Table 7 — 1930. Number of each class of employes inside, by operators 

and collieries 164 

Table 8 — 1929. Number of each class of employes outside, by counties 177 

Table 8 — 1930. Number of each class of employes outside, by opera- 
tors and collieries 178 



196 INDEX 

INDEX OF MINE OPERATORS 



Page 

ALDEN COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 72 

AMPERE COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 72 

ANTHRACITE POWER & UTILITIES CO. (Sullivan County) 72 

B 

BARRETT. JOHN J. (Lackawanna County) 72 

BARRY COAL CO. (Luzerne County) . 72 

BEARDSLEE & LEWIS COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 72 

BELL COLLIERY CO. (Schuylkill County) 72 

BLACK HEATH COAL CO. ( Schuylkill County) 72 

BUCK MOUNTAIN COAL MINING CO. (Luzerne County) 72 

BUCK RUN COAL CO. ( Schuylkill County) 72 

C 

CAROVA COAL MINING CO. (Lackawanna-Luzerne Counties) 72 

CHESTNUT HILL COAL CO. (Schuylkill County) 72 

CHILDS COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 72 

COAL & TIMBER CO. (Lackawanna County) 72 

COLONIAL COLLIERY CO. (Northumberland County) 72 

CONLON COAL CO., JOHN (Luzerne County) 72 

CONNELL ANTHRACITE MINING CO. (Sullivan County) 72 

CONE BROTHERS & CO., INC. (Carbon-Luzerne-Schuylkill Counties) 72-73 

CRANSTON, R. M. (Luzerne County 73 

CULLEN FUEL CO. (Luzerne County) 54 

D 

D. F. M. MINING CO. (Lackawanna County) 73 

DUNMORE ANTHRACITE COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 73 

E 

EAST ALDEN MINING CO. ( Luzerne County) 73 

EAST BEAR RIDGE COLLIERY CO. (Schuylkill County) 73 

EAST BOSTON COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 73 

EVANS COLLIERY CO. (Carbon County) 73 

EXCELSIOR COAL CO. (Northumberland County) 73 

F 

FLAGG COAL CO. (Lackawanna Countv) 73 

FLANAGAN COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 73 

FOX HILL MINING CO. (Luzerne County 73 

FRACKYILLE COAL CO. (Schuylkill County) 73 

G 

GAP MINING ,CO. (Lackawanna County) 73 

GIBBONS COAL CO., JOHN (Lackawanna County) 73 

GLEN ALDEN COAL CO. (Lackawanna-Luzerne-Schuylkill Counties) 73 

GREEN RIDGE COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 74 

H 

HADDOCK MINING CO. (Luzerne-Schuylkill Counties) 54-74 

HARLEIGH-BROOKWOOD COAL CO. (Schuylkill County) 74 

HARRIS-DENLY COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 74 

HAZLE BROOK COAL CO. (Columbia-Luzerne-Schuylkill Counties) 74-54-74 



INDEX 197 

Page 

HILLMAN COLLIERY CO. (Luzerne County) 74 

HILLSIDE COAL & IRON CO. (Lackawanna-Luzerne- Susquehanna- 
Wayne Counties) .' 53-54-55-56 

HUDSON COAL CO. (Lackawanna-Luzerne-Susquehanna-Wayne 

Counties) 75 

HUMBERT COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 75 

J 

JEDDO-HIGHLAND COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 75 

JERMYN, ESTATE OF JOSEPH J. (Lackawanna County) 75 

JOHN-AMES COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 75 

JUNEDALE COAL CO. (Carbon County) 75 

K 

KINGSTON COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 75 

L 

LACKAWANNA ANTHRACITE MINING CO. (Lackawanna County) 75 

LACKAWANNA COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) ■ 70 

LACKAWANNA VALLEY FUEL CO. (Lackawanna County) 76 

LANGCLIFFE COLLIERIES, INC. (Lackawanna-Luzerne Counties) 53-54 

LAVELLE COAL CO. (Schuylkill County) 76 

LEE COAL CO., GEORGE F. (Luzerne County) 76 

LEHIGH COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 76 

LEHIGH COAL & NAVIGATION CO.i Carbon-Luzerne-Schuylkill 

LEHIGH NAVIGATION COAL CO.] Counties 53-54-55-76 

LEHIGH VALLEY COAL CO. (Carbon-Columbia-Northumberland- 
Lackawanna-Luzerne-Schuylkill Counties) 77 

LEHIGH & WILKES-BARRE COAL CO. (Luzerne-Schuylkill 

Counties ) 54-55 

LEHIGH & WYOMING VALLEY COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 54 

LIGHT CO., H. A. (Lackawanna County) 77 

LINCOLN COAL CO (Lackawanna County) 53 

LOCUST MOUNTAIN COAL CO. (Schuylkill County) 77 

LYNOTT COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 77 

LYTLE COAL CO. (Schuylkill County) 77 

M 

MARY G. COAL CO. (Carbon County) '. 77 

MEADOWSIDE COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 77 

MID-CITY COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 77 

MILL CREEK COAL CO. ( Schuylkill County) 77 

M. & M. COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 77 

MINERS MILLS COAL MINING CO. (Luzerne County) 78 

MINE RUN COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 78 

MITCHNECK, HARRY L. (Columbia County) 78 

MOFFAT COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 78 

MURRIN COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 53 

N 

NAMURA COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 53 

NANTICOKE VALLEY COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 78 

NAY-BUT COAL CO. (Columbia County) 78 

NORTHERN ANTHRACITE COAL CO. (Sullivan County) 55 

NORTHUMBERLAND MINING CO. (Northumberland County) 78 

NORWESCO MINING CO. (Lackawanna County) 78 



19S INDEX 



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PARDEE BROTHERS & CO.. IXC. (Luzerne County) 78 

PARK RED ASH COAL CO. ( Luzerne County) 78 

PENNSYLVANIA COAL CO. (Lackawanna-Luzerne Counties) 53-54 

PHILADELPHIA & READING COAL & IRON CO. (Columbia-North- 

umberland-Sehuylkill Counties) 79 

PINE HILL COAL CO. ( Schuylkill County) 79 

PITTSTON COAL MINING CO. (Luzerne County) 79 

PITTSTON CO., THE (Lackawanna-Luzerne-Susquehanna-Wayne 

Counties ) 79-80 

PLYMOUTH MINING CO. ( Luzerne County) 80 

PLYMOUTH RED ASH COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 80 

PRICE-PANCOAST COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 80 

Q 

QUINN COAL CO., T. F. (Luzerne County) 80 

R 

RACKET BROOK COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 80 

RAUB COAL CO. (Lackawanna-Luzerne Counties) 80 

REPPLIER COAL CO. ( Schuylkill County) 80 

ROSE COAL CO. (Luzerne County) : 80 

S 

SAINT CLAIR COAL CO. (Schuylkill County) ^ 80 

SANDY RUN COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 80 

SCOTT, FARBER & COXSARGRA (Lackawanna County) 80 

SCRANTON ANTHRACITE COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 80 

SCRANTON COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 80 

SEYMOUR COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 81 

SHAMOKIN COLLIERY CO. (Northumberland County) 55 

SHERMAN COAL CORP. ( Schuylkill County) SI 

SINDACO COAL CO. ( Lackawanna County ) 81 

SOUTH PENN COLLIERIES CO. (Lackawanna-Schuylkill Counties) 81 

SPENCER COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 81 

SPRING BROOK COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 81 

STACKHOUSE COAL CO., E. S. (Luzerne County) 81 

STEINHART COAL CO. (Northumberland County) 81 

STEVENS COAL CO. (Northumberland County) 81 

STRANGE COAL CO. ( Schuylkill County) 81 

SUSCON COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 81 

SUSQUEHANNA COLLIERIES CO. (Dauphin-Luzerne-Northumber- 
land-Schuylkill Counties) 81 

SYNCLINE CONTRACTING CO. ( Schuylkill County) 81 

T 

TEMPLE COAL CO. (Lackawanna-Luzerne Counties) 81 

THOMAS COLLIERY CO. (Schuylkill County) 81 

THROOP COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 81 

TRIPLEX COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 53 

TROY COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 81 

W 

WEST BROOK COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 81 

WEST END COAL CO. (Luzerne County) 82 

WILSON BROS. CO. (Lackawanna County) 82 

WILSON COAL CO. (Lackawanna County) 82 

WOT.?- COLLIERIES CO.. INC. (Luzerne County) 82 

Y 

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